Arts and Entertainment
By Sofia Thornley, Nathalie Cuevas
Jamie Reid, who created iconic album art for the punk band the Sex Pistols, died on August 8.
Issue 1, Volume 114
By Stefanie Chen
“Musuem-ed” art of the contemporary era is declining in quality, requiring less time, skill, and effort to create than the masterful works of the past.
By Vita Kirschtein
Three incredible women who are taking the 21st century art scene by storm.
Issue 17, Volume 113
By Grace Rhee
Exploring the intertwined worlds of life and death: a review of Cecily Brown’s exhibition, Death and the Maid.
By Sofia Hernandez
A discussion of the style and techniques employed by contemporary artist Ebony G. Patterson in her current exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden.
By Olivia Callahan
In the tapestry of human history, art has emerged as a resounding force capable of transcending the boundaries of language, culture, and time.
Issue 16, Volume 113
By Madeline Hutchinson
Karen Lamassonne presents a dynamic survey of her artistic career, blurring the boundaries between her reality and imagination.
Issue 7, Volume 113
A review of Sana Musasama’s ongoing show, “I Never Played With Dolls,” at Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery.
Issue 3, Volume 113
A review of Matisse: The Red Studio exhibition at the MoMA
Issue 1, Volume 113
By Santino Suarez
Unlike viewing an individual artwork at a museum, the “Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure” exhibit provides the depth and insight needed to truly know the artist and his perspective.
Issue 16, Volume 112
Yayoi Kusama paves the way for awakening the artist in all of us.
Issue 12, Volume 112
Defining Dada and investigating why it is confined to the past.
By Emile Lee-Suk
Sarah Sze: Timelapse will captivate anyone who stumbles across the top of the Guggenheim Museum’s rotunda.
By Dorothy Ha
Taylor Swift: Storyteller takes a career-spanning look at the outfits that have brought pop star Taylor Swift's imaginative worlds to life.
By Sophia He
Stuyvesant High School’s lesser-known aptitude for art is brilliantly showcased through the school’s many murals.
Artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s striking insight into the devastating history of oppression and current political struggles of indigenous populations in the United States.
Issue 15, Volume 113
By Maegan Diep, Grace Rhee
A review of Georgia O’Keeffe: To See Takes Time, exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art.
Issue 14, Volume 113
By Maegan Diep
Many Roald Dahl classics face censorship in order to promote inclusivity when addressing sensitive topics.
Issue 13, Volume 113
By Javed Jokhai
Art journalist Javed Jokhai ruminates on dealing with a piece that really doesn’t like art journalists.
Issue 10, Volume 110
By Hugo Smith
An explainer-y piece about the “I WANT TO THANK YOU” writing on the side of Pier 40.
Issue 6, Volume 110
An analysis of the artist and works featured in the MoMA’s Meret Oppenheim: My Exhibition.
Issue 10, Volume 113
A review of The Eveillard Gift and the ideas it emphasizes about different mediums in art.
By Grace Rhee, Maegan Diep
A look into the Edward Hopper’s New York: his unique reflection of New York City.
Issue 8, Volume 113
A review of Alex Katz: Gathering, and the improvement, changes, and regressions it shows in his style.
By Roxy Perazzo
A review of the new Netflix series “The Andy Warhol Diaries,” and a consideration of Warhol’s career.
Issue 13, Volume 112
By Ivy Halpern
An exploration of New York Cities Christmas windows.
Issue 8, Volume 112