By Lorraine Berry 9 min read
Leonora Carrington was a victim of treatment for ‘hysteria’ and her newly reissued memoir can serve as a cautionary tale for all of us, still today.
By Lisa Rosman 6 min read
Alice Neel, dead since 1984, is as relevant as ever – not least of all due to her brand of magic social realism. So get to know her now.
By Jessica Mizzi 3 min read
Author and Professor Marcus du Sautoy shares his views on what's wrong with our education system, and imagines the benefits to a more holistic approach.
By Lorraine Berry 24 min read
In honor of the art form, we're serving up a list of poets whose work offers a marriage of ideas and the exploration of language to the 2017 reader.
By Jessica Mizzi 2 min read
Author and illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky shares her insights into how to grow, nourish, and protect one's artistic soul.
By Lisa Rosman 7 min read
Kerry James Marshall is currently showing at the Met Breuer. Here’s why you should see it – and why Marshall’s work is more important than you know.