Art review: ‘Caribbean Transitions’ at American University Art Museum

Placeholder while article actions load Anyone who takes the most direct path through the American University Museum to “Caribbean Transitions” will first encounter a mobile by Joiri Minaya that dangles multiple photographic cutouts in the breeze. The individual pieces are shaped like body parts, with pictures of women on one side and tropical fruit, floral … Read more

Art, Darling – The New York Times

Antwaun Sargent sat nursing a Negroni at Frankies Spuntino, his haunt in Brooklyn, as he described the perks of his multilayered career. “I had dinner with Madonna,” he said on a recent Friday. “Coming of age as a gay man in Chicago in the ’90s, you can imagine, I was excited. I was obsessed with … Read more

Here’s Our Pick of 5 Standout Works at TEFAF Maastricht, From a $1 Million Hippo Sculpture to a Rediscovered Dutch Masterpiece

TEFAF art fair has returned to Maastricht in the Netherlands after a hiatus of more than two years. The previous edition of the fair notably took place in March 2020 as countries around the world started going into lockdown one by one amid the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. The fair was itself forced … Read more

Three Exhibitions at Mana Contemporary Complicate the “American Dream”

Art Isis Davis-Marks Installation view, “Hugo Crosthwaite: Borderlands” at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, 2022. Photo by John Berens. Courtesy of the artist and Pierogi. Between 1892 and 1954, around 12 million people passed through Ellis Island in hopes of building a better life in the United States. Jersey City, which shares jurisdiction with Ellis diverse … Read more

6 adorable projects to make your heart melt

What’s better than good design? Well, good design that is adorable too, of course! That’s why we’ve gathered up our six favorite cute designs to brighten up your day. From tiny Lego monitors to Kirby Switch cases, we’ve seen plenty of designs of notable cuteness, so it was tough trying to narrow it down to … Read more

What an interior designer and organizer does in a workday

Placeholder while article actions load Welcome to The Work Day, a series that charts a single day in various women’s working lives — from gallery owners to stay-at-home parents to chief executives. In this installment, we hear from Valerie Brot, an interior designer and organizer who recorded a workday in June. Interested in contributing to … Read more