The ‘tortured artist’ is a phenomenon that has prevailed for centuries, taking part in the celebration of perhaps hundreds of thousands of dead artists around the world who, outside of their groundbreaking works, were to live completely miserable lives. Whether it is a Hollywood actor...

Situated within the liminal space between the digital and the physical, Adrian Ganea's Ghost Trade explores contemporary issues like environmental decay by enacting the production of fiction. Adrian Ganea, Ghost (2021). Acrylic resin, galvanised steel, wood, recycled inkjet printer components, electric guitar components, guitar amplifier...

With an unorthodox and experimental education and lifelong practice devoted to integrating art, education, community, and family, the Japanese-American artist Ruth Asawa left a legacy shaped by an 'inclusive and revolutionary vision of art's role in society', writes curator Emma Ridgway.1 Imogen Cunningham, Ruth Asawa's Wire...

Kate Oh Gallery’s cancer fundraiser show, programmed on behalf of Richard Volpe and featuring work by Alyssa Giammona, uniquely features geometric artworks that are imbricated in a number of art historical modalities that make this small exhibition rather unique. Giammona’s Left Triptych, Middle Triptych, and Right Triptych feature...