The Great Wave, created by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831, remains the most iconic—and reproduced—non-Western image in art.
“It’s the journey that counts” is a cliché that gets trundled out often. These five podcasts tests its validity.
At Tate Modern, a new exhibition exploring the distinctive works of sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti.
A photo essay by Parisian photographer Romain Laprade, depicting the overlooked plant life of the French capital.
Frieze New York art fair champions experimental choices and new names. Here are five artists to seek out this year.
For Theis Vesterløkke and Niels Fejrskov Juhl, the duo behind synthpop band Gents, friendship shapes the escapist nature of their music.
A new documentary chronicles the mysterious death of transgender icon Marsha P. Johnson.
Italian-born contemporary dancer Melissa Ugolini talks about the role of dance in Turkish culture.
A New York retrospective dedicated to the 70-year-long career of a great American photographer.