Police take away a pop-up art installation depicting a small child curled up underneath a foil survival blanket in a chain-link cage.
Perry Dino is capturing Hong Kong's demonstrations against the mainland in a series of unique and powerful paintings.
Returning to art after 25 years of being a working mother has changed the way I see the world—and myself.
Social institutions that nourish the arts need to offer young people aesthetic experiences that reflect their lived experiences.
An analysis of the artists represented in the permanent collections of America's major art museums finds three-quarters of them are white men.
Threatened by authorities, Cuban street artists are finding resourceful ways to continue their work: on garbage, on bicycle taxis, and on the underground Cuban Internet.
New research finds that contemporary songs in both genres are the most likely to contain violent imagery.
We're currently looking for two fellows, one focused on visuals and one focused on social media and engagement, to join us for a one-year program starting in July.
We spoke to MariNaomi about what she recommends reading, watching, and listening to.
Visitors stand on a suspended bridge to take a closer look at paintings by Austrian painter Gustav Klimt at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.
A child stands alongside the Fearless Girl after a ceremony unveiling the statue's new permanent location outside the New York Stock Exchange on December 10th, 2018.
Multimedia artist Julia Christensen took video cameras to Lake Erie to document the ice that keeps the lake healthy—and what its absence could mean in the future.
A different type of post-election analysis finds an aesthetic divide in the United Kingdom.
Composed of several thousand handmade ceramic poppies, the sculpture honors those lost in World War I, which ended 100 years ago next month.
Sorell Raino-Tsui helps connect Oakland's muralists with customers who can pay them fairly for their work. But what if he's helping hasten gentrification?
New research finds the ability to recognize and manage feelings is beneficial to the creative process.
PS Picks is a selection of the best things that the magazine's staff and contributors are reading, watching, or otherwise paying attention to in the worlds of art, politics, and culture.