Documentary photographer Isadora Kosofsky’s intimate photographs take us into the private world of three seniors caught in a complex relationship that defies traditional ideas around age and romance.
By celebrating the Black female body in public spaces and memorials, artist Sethembile Msezane challenges people to question which histories we commemorate — and which we omit.
Artist and musician Paul Rucker tells us why we need to move our antiracism protests beyond the streets and into every aspect of our lives.
Making a giant, 8-foot-by-10-foot portrait of Edgar Allan Poe with thousands of earthworms was just as messy and complicated a project as it sounds, but it was also incredibly fulfilling. Here’s how — and why — artist Phil Hansen did it and what he took away from process.
In today’s partisan political landscape, thoughtful and open discussions about the major issues can sometimes be hard to find. Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman are turning to art — including highway billboards and remakes of revered images — as a way to catalyze conversations and reinvigorate democracy.