In an underground lab in California, scientists created a new hue called Quantum Blue. It’s the latest result of humanity’s obsession with harnessing pure color.
After HuffPost first reported on allegations of sexual harassment against the artist, museums around the world are left pondering what to do with his work.
A man was physically assaulted. On a f**king cooking show. Ten years later, Marcel Vigneron explains that drunken head-shaving incident.
Jaishri Abichandani hopes protests like “#MeToo at the Met” will help give voice to women in the arts who’ve been excluded, undercut and abused.
The Christie’s auction sale reveals how art history valorizes male genius at the expense of women’s humanity.
The street artist’s prank at Sotheby’s lit a trick candle in a musty room. But in rebelling against the monied art establishment, he still profits.
ESSAYS & CRITICISM
In the show’s finale episode, Phoebe Waller-Bridge takes the typically male-centric genre of cat-and-mouse thrillers and hacks its phallic baggage right off.
We have Jim Henson’s son to thank for “The Happytime Murders.” I have the puppet I bought that looks like my boyfriend to thank for enjoying it.
A retrospective at New York’s Museum of Sex grapples with the legacy of Japan’s most explicit erotic photographer. In 2018, it’s no small task.
For outsiders like David Wojnarowicz ― working-class, queer, uneducated and HIV-positive ― good manners and politesse were deadly illusions.
She was a rising pop star in the 1960s. Today the 80-year-old looks back on a music industry she never wanted to join. And an anti-Bush anthem everyone ignored.