Paper has long been an inspiration for artists around the world, from Mexican papel picado to the art of origami which originated in Japan in the 17th century AD to the kindergarten craft project of the pop-up greeting card, which has recently been turned into a fine art by respected artists such as Robert Sabuda and Nikki McClure. Learn More
Size intrigues when it appears atypical. The greater the distinction, the stronger the magnetism, forcing us to hold our eyes on to that something to assimilate the particulars, make sense of it and have it lodged in our minds.
Such innovators are showcased as Antony Micalleff (featured in The New York Times and Dazed and Confused and collected by Angelina Jolie), Brooklyn-based international artist collective Faile, Parisian artist JR (known only by his initials because of the illegal nature of his work), and Conor Harrington. Learn More
Spanning the Renaissance to the 21st century, this riveting collection of scandalous works shows how the notion of "shocking" art has evolved and explores why and how artists continue to push the public's visual buttons. Learn More
Designed by Jon Sueda / Stripe, the 136-page exhibition catalog is designed as a homage to the classic 1930 Random House edition of Moby-Dick, with its illustrations by Rockwell Kent, this investigation of present-day America through the lens of Herman Melville's great novel convenes artists and filmmakers who have made works relating to its themes of seafaring and the pitting of humankind against the elements. Learn More