Ela Bittencourt talks to the director of Losing Sonia, a profile of an Orthodox nun and icon painter who reflects the changes in modern Russia.
Four painters on the complexities of categorization via nationality, race, and subject.
The Argentine muralist on using the city as a canvas.
Reed Cooley speaks with the artist on his recent exhibition at Haunch of Venison’s Chelsea gallery.
“Toxic Beauty,” a retrospective at NYU’s Grey Gallery, brings together the writing and visual work of an extraordinarily socially engaged artist.
Art and programming converge in Kynd’s digital brushstrokes
Sebastian Black and Cole Sayer discuss CGI, the NFL, and the mythology surrounding being a painter.
Painter Sangram Majumdar invites Guernica to his studio to view a few in-progress paintings and learn about his process.
Keith Haring—rockstar of the art world, New York City street artist, activist—is no longer a household name. Genevieve Walker reviews the exhibit designed to commemorate his legacy.
Against all rules, competitive species engage in quasi-natural acts that involve complex relays of communication.
Reframing Victorian aesthetics.
A meditation on an artist coming into her own and out into the open.
My project? I seek out women involved in direct-action campaigns who are wearing sweaters that, in some way, reflect their ideological intentions.
When artist Xiaoda Xiao was twenty years old, he was sent to a forced labor prison in his native China for defacing a portrait of Chairman Mao. This post features a documentary short of Xiao’s reflections on his experiences in labor prison.
The photorealist painter on how art collided with his learning disability, his first paintings after paralysis, and why you shouldn’t think he’s an asshole.
The Mannerheim Line, built to protect Finland from the advances of the Soviet military avant-garde, now lies in ruins.
These paintings focus on the American myth of the seeker, traveling alone through untouched landscapes in search of a revelatory experience of the divine.