A review of Jannis Kounellis at the Walker Art Center
Artist Ken Gonzales-Day walks us through some of his series and discusses absence, erasure, and critical race visual culture.
A comprehensive look at the overlooked art of Maharashtra
Hava Aldouby on the presence and meaning of skin in the art of the early twenty-first century.
Taking responsibility for the collective labor of making and holding memory
How landscape photography came to represent an epidemic
How contemporary art reveals the lasting consequences of war
Amy Bryzgel reviews two new books on the legacy of feminist art practice in the former Yugoslavia
Investigating the gender-transgressing work of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
Nicole Seymour reviews a new volume on art in the time of climate change
Tom Denman on the exhibition UNTITLED: Art on the Conditions of Our Time
Surrealism and the Specter of Death in the 1980s