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Sanford Biggers Sculptures Evoke Violent History

Sanford Biggers' art shoots down racism and violence to combat historical amnesia.

Ai Weiwei Puts You Under Surveillance at the Armory

Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron stage engagement with omnipresent surveillance.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Reminds Us How to Empathize

In a post-empathy world, Yiadom-Boakye at the New Museum appeals to our humanity.

“Black Radical Women” Revolutionize Art at Brooklyn Museum

40 artists reveal the complexity, urgency and power of Black Radical Women.

Not Cool: Justin Guariglia Photographs Arctic Meltdown

Guariglia collaborates with NASA to change the course of climate change.

Yesterday’s Xenophobia Today: Japanese Internment & Muslim Bans

Exhibitions commemorate Japanese internment with chilling relevance to politics today.

Artists Address Revolution: Trump Today vs. 1917 Bolsheviks

Russian avant-garde artists supported the Bolshevik Revolution; artists today resist.

Seeing Red: When Russian Art and Politics Were Revolutionary

During the Russian Revolution, avant-garde artists pioneered new art for a new society.

Powerful Exhibition of LGBTQ Artists “On The Inside”

Exquisite drawings by incarcerated LGBTQ artists at Abrons Arts Center.

The Jewish Museum is Just Giving It Away!

"Take Me (I'm Yours)" is a show of artwork visitors can take home for free.

George W. Bush Has Ruined Art

A book of W's paintings is coming; don't artwash his miserable legacy.

5 Progressive Projects at the Design Triennial

"Beauty," the Cooper Hewitt's survey, includes some socially conscious ideas.

When Political Art Fails to Engage: The Whitney’s “Open Plan”

How important is context to explicitly political art in museums?

McMillian Deconstructs Main Street at the Studio Museum

The sly exhibition examines complexities around race in culture and politics.

Vigée Le Brun at The Met Transcends Her Reputation

The show reveals so much more than the famous portraits of Marie Antoinette.

Frank Stella and the Risks of Evolving Signature Style

When an artist’s work changes for the worse.

Art Trend Alert: Power Poses for the Disempowered

Kehinde Wiley, Ricardo Hernandez and Gabriel García Román have unique takes on a great ide

Robert Gober Gets Uncanny at MoMA

The artist's 40-year retrospective shows the complexity and depth of his work.

Polish Posters Play with Protest

Theater posters full of sexuality, humor and dramatic intensity.

Hyeon Jung Kim: Art of Work

The Korean-born artist's show examines art as a form of manual labor.