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one grand books
Kenny Scharf’s 10 Favorite Books
Haruki Murakami, Carl Jung, and more.
Jerry Saltz’s 33 Rules for Being an Artist
How to go from clueless amateur to generational talent (or at least live life a little more creatively).
The Woman Who Made Aquaman a Star
A conversation with award-winning artist Ramona Fradon, who drew Aquaman for most of the 1950s — and “doesn’t get” Jason Momoa’s iteration.
The End of Nature at Storm King Art Center in New York
A new exhibition features works by artists responding to mankind’s not so stately ordering up of a change in the world’s weather.
Chuck Close Apologizes After Sexual-Harassment Allegations: ‘I Am Truly Sorry’
“I acknowledge having a dirty mouth, but we’re all adults.”
This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About Gender
Meet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
How to Tell If Your Child Is a Future Art Star
ProjectArt hosts an exhibition of the very early works of famous artists.
art and design 2017
22 Artists, Critics, and Curators on What Makes Protest Art Successful
We asked what works they’d found most powerful in the current climate — and what works from the past they felt inspiring in new ways.
art and design 2017
The ‘Carb Artist’ Who Makes Work Out of Fake Food and Real Aspirations
Chloe Wise and her mixed-up relationship with ubiquity.
Jerry Saltz: My Life As a Failed Artist
Decades after giving up the dream for good, an art critic returns to the work he’d devoted his life to, then abandoned — but never really forgot.
Raymond Pettibon’s Punk Prophesy
The perfect punk artist for the Trump era has a show at the New Museum. Here’s a sampler.
Talking With David Salle, Tribeca Painter Turned Hamptons Writer
His new book,
How to See, is
a trenchant and light-on-its-feet collection of critical essays and musings about art, artists, and fame.
This Artist Makes Creepy Pop-Cultural References With an Unusual Technique
Starring Kim Kardashian, Charles Manson, and Michael Jackson.
A Complete Guide to Entertainment’s Busiest Creators
The methods, meaning, and occasional madness of the creatively super-productive.
artists to watch
11 Artists Poised to Have a Breakout Year
Wearing some mix of their clothes and ours.
The Reviled Identity Politics Show That Forever Changed Art
How identity politics became for this era what Impressionism and Cubism were for theirs.
art and design 2016
The Blackest Black Ever Known
Light enters but virtually none of it escapes; 99.965 percent is absorbed.
Kanye West’s ‘Media Trainer’ Reportedly Quit Within a Week
“He still hadn’t found a way to express himself.”