For this series, Opie photographed football games and players in seven states across America—but looked past clichés associated with the sport
Go behind the scenes with contemporary artist Wangechi Mutu, who discusses the inspiration and making of The NewOnes, will free Us, an exhibition of four sculpture that inaugurate The Met's annual facade commission
American-prairie style and Civil War Antebellum style dresses made out of green screen material conjure images of specific time periods in American history, as well as the tropes of womanhood, Western expansion, and Puritanism
Hurtado celebrates her first solo exhibition and discusses how her experience of motherhood and her commitment to environmental activism merge in her most recent body of work
Contemporary artist Jordan Casteel paints vibrant large scale portraits, making visible the often unrepresented humanity of Black men
Contemporary artist Maryam Hoseini discusses her abstracted, fragmented figures in her 2019 series of paintings reimagining the 12th-century poem about Laylah and Majnun
Is staring into the eyes of one of the world’s most renowned performance artists scary? Transcendent? Boring?
Freud’s nude isn’t the idealized, horizontal beauty of previous centuries, but a forthright, vertical one.
What might Shonibare wish to communicate by bringing together these “African” textiles with Fragonard’s Rococo images?
Wiley wryly places himself alongside the great master painters of history with his reimagined Napoleon.
Mutu uses collage as a medium for exploring being African and female.
Neshat’s series examines the complexities of women’s identities in the Middle East’s changing cultural landscape.