“It feels insensitive or dishonest to not acknowledge the ways in which our work is a part of a greater narrative.”
For decades, South Asian architecture was impelled by the promise of a new society after empire. Now, such buildings are being demolished.
"You cannot talk about race without talking about cotton. The materials that I use are desperately important as a layer of meaning in the work that I make."
What do we see when looking at art from the perspective of the infrastructures that sustain it?
Millions of items looted from Africa during the colonial era remain housed in private collections and museums around the world.
How should readers and scholars look on the tangible traces writers leave behind?
Studies of museum patronage mostly focus on social class. That's not the whole story.
The “Accessible Icon” by Brian Glenney and Sara Hendren began as design activism: the artists defaced existing disability access symbols with red and orange vinyl stickers. Today, their so-called ...
George W. Bush is selling veterans. His book of paintings, Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors, is not, by his account, an apology or expression of guilt. In an ...