Reared on the Continent before returning to her US homeland, Jewish socialite Florine Stettheimer used her flamboyant painting and set-design skills to explore the complexity of American identity in the interwar period.
In a vast trove of drawings, New York artist Mimi Gross has reflected over the past forty years on her immersion—as a painter, set-and-costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker—in bohemian milieus both here and abroad.
In the first of a series of articles on historically influential dealers, A.i.A. spotlights a 1977 conversation with the barrier-breaking Betty Parsons.
If Bruce Nauman “owns” water, as Hennessy Youngman opines in one episode of his YouTube series, “Art Thoughtz,” then Youngman’s creator, Jayson Musson, “owns” Coogi-brand sweaters, a hitherto unexploited art ...
An artist of wide acquaintance and prodigious range—his mediums include painting, film, photography, theater and prose—refelcts on his epic career.