DAM’s Jeffrey Gibson exhibit takes a powerful swing at Native American invisibility

DAM’s Jeffrey Gibson exhibit takes a powerful swing at Native American invisibility

Jeffrey Gibson wants to make connections: Between Native American tradition and contemporary art, between anger and release, oppression and expression, masculine and feminine, between the tipi architecture of his ancestors and the easy-breezy music of George Michael, Stevie Wonder and Public Enemy. Twentieth Century pop 

Wynne Reynolds   Words that Wound: The Language of Misogyny

Wynne Reynolds Words that Wound: The Language of Misogyny

Edge Gallery May 18 – June 3, 2018 Words that Wound: the language of misogyny by Wynne Reynolds is a visualization of the effect of language on thought, from the forgotten vocabulary of our ancestors to current phrases that create harmful perceptions of femininity. Wynne’s 

Werewolf Pups | WerePups

Werewolf Pups | WerePups

What would a werewolf look like… as a baby? That’s the question SFX artist Asia Eriksen has sought to answer in creating a line of life-sized baby werewolves, which she calls WerePups. Each hyper-realistic silicone doll — 18 inches long at “birth” — is handmade 

A New Immersive Installation in Paris Lets You Step inside Klimt’s Masterpieces

A New Immersive Installation in Paris Lets You Step inside Klimt’s Masterpieces

Blink and you’ll miss them, but over the course of its 29 seasons, The Simpsons has incorporated a plethora of sly art-historical references into its plots. Some of the best feature in an episode titled “Mom and Pop Art,” in the course of which Jasper Johns makes a stellar 

Harmony

Harmony

“There was no looking for the right beginning, no search for the perfect close, and no listener but the player themselves beyond all listening, so I felt in that modal harmony of stone and grass and mountain sky and the clear view across the blue lake 

Summer Flowers

Summer Flowers

Summer Flowers by Jane Wormell