An Artist Exposing Fascism Through Provocation
Paul McCarthy has spent his career cultivating a visual language of depravity and scathing critique. After half a century, we still can’t turn away.
Every Nicole Eisenman Picture Tells a Story
Ian Parker writes that, during the pandemic, the celebrated artist has created some of the most ambitious works of her career—large, figurative paintings filled with angst, jokes, and romance.
Black Grief, White Grievance: Artists Search for Racial Justice
An urgent show at the New Museum — both a monument to a resilient culture and a memorial to what’s lost through racism — will surely rank as one of the most important of 2021.