An exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center tracks women’s contributions to the industry, as styles shifted ‘from frivolous to functional’
The Drawing Center, in New York, presents a historically and formally diverse collection of works by incarcerated artists
Why is female fear often conflated with desire?
Juliet Jacques profiles the photographer Lisetta Carmi who sensitively documented the lives of her friends
Sofonisba Anguissola’s ‘Self-Portrait with Bernardino Campi’ literally and metonymically reveals the hand of the artist
In a special photo essay, the artist places her body ‘in the line of danger, admiration, rejection, description’
The movement that is traditionally understood as white and privileged was more racially mixed than is commonly accepted
Was there anything the Renaissance freewheeler couldn’t do?
The influence of Isaac Levitan’s 1897 painting Spring, High Water on 20th-century film
Our lives – like menus – are an assortment of so-called ‘choices’
The Swiss photographer, who died this week, is remembered for his candid pictures of ordinary people
In an age of image saturation and climate change, photographs of destruction no longer affect us the way they once did
Confronting tensions in the Taiwanese artist’s first performance in New York, at Performa 19
25-year old designer Reece Yeboah on the ‘crazy journey’ of his label, Saint London