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Artist Is Casually Spending The Week Living Inside A Giant Boulder

Abraham Poincheval will be surrounded by his own excrement the entire time.

How An 87-Year-Old Japanese Artist Predicted The Power Of The Internet

The iconic artist foresaw a space of radical connectivity and profound isolation 70 years ago.

Finally, A Web Series That Navigates The Horrors Of Being A 'Woman Online’

Comedian Sara Schaefer is done apologizing for existing on the internet.

Before He Disappeared, Richard Simmons Was A Beacon Of Hope To Thousands Of Fans

He used to wake up at 4 a.m. and spend his mornings calling up to 50 people who felt isolated and alone.

Arrest Made In Decadelong Cold Case After Podcast Renews National Attention

What happens when a true-crime audio story gets a breaking update.

Art Museums Provide Safe Spaces For Trans Students Across The Country

Institutions like the Walker Art Center are recognizing the role they play in educating visitors — whether it's using a canvas or not.

Met Director Fears Elimination Of NEA Marks 'New Assault' On Art

We can all learn from Thomas P. Campbell's impassioned defense of public art.

Fourth-Generation Harlem Artist Challenges What It Means To Be An American

In his exhibition "Homegrown," David Shrobe chops up and rearranges the traditions of portraiture.

Milo Yiannopoulos’ Canceled Book Is A Lesson In Battling Hate Speech

The alt-right writer may find self-publishing success, but mainstream validation will be harder to come by.

Artist's Unapologetic Vagina Paintings Are A Force Of Body Positivity

Jacqueline Secor painted her way to self-love, one vulva at a time.

Museums Celebrate The Black Women Artists History Has Overlooked

See their work. Know their names. Learn their stories.

'White Tears' Is The Horror Story 'La La Land' Should Have Become

A ghostly mystery haunts a duo of white music producers who want to save the blues in Hari Kunzru's new novel.

Ghanian-German Artist Uses Clothing To Explore Her Hybrid Identity

Zohra Opoku believes expressing herself through style was key to her early life in East Germany.

Basquiat's Ex-Girlfriend Reveals Intimate Photos Of Artist Before Fame

Alexis Adler had just graduated college when she fell for the charming artist.

10 New Books By Women Writers Of Color To Add To Your Must-Read List

Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl book club has some suggestions for your 2017 shelves.

Artist Honors History Of Broken Promises That Preceded Standing Rock

Gina Adams' quilts reflect the words of broken treaties between the U.S government and Native American tribes.

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