In her new exhibition, the acclaimed multimedia artist uses a feminist POV to dive into humans’ relationship to nature and technology.
The Daily Heller
Steven Heller remembers George Lois, one of the founders of ‘Big Idea’ advertising, who died Friday.
“Civilization” takes the standard newspaper format to task—and takes readers on a curious journey in the process.
“Characters: Type and Progress” features seven Vocal Type fonts that were triggered by moments in history reflecting racial, ethnic and gender inequity.
As World War II ended, the truths of its genocidal horrors were just beginning to surface.
“Heads and Tails” by Mirko Ilíc is a surreal mix n’ match book that encourages interaction.
Ten years in the making, Woodruff’s pictorial opulence pervades the imaginative world of “Francis Rothbart.”
Charles H. Traub’s new book “Vacant” is a series of photographs “taken in delirious months of these past several years, which closed us all off to the natural order of our lives.”
Anuj Shrestha’s work in The New York Times Magazine is compellingly real and surreal at the same time.
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