From the blasphemous La Ricotta to the acclaimed Gospel According to St. Matthew to scathing condemnations of the bourgeoisie.
It’s not uncommon to hear MoMA visitors claiming their child could make modern art. Audio Tour Hack thinks a child can analyze it, too.
Architects, activists, and artists reimagine America’s failing suburbs.
Tim Burton’s got nothing on these guys.
MoMA’s retrospective Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan is the largest exhibit of the artist’s work outside of Italy to date. An early member of the anti-establishment art movement Arte Povera, Boetti used preexisting objects and symbols to create playful conceptual art.