“Art's a way to re-form the horizon” — even in prison
At 21, Diane Bush photographed a London neighborhood as it was being gentrified. Almost 50 years later, she got a book deal.
A scholarly exhibition brings a long-forgotten photographer into the present
When there are so many different types of expression, it's easy for a disconnect to form. Art can start to look pretentious and exclusive. And I'll be the first to admit that sometimes art is pretentious and exclusive.
Tehching Hsieh at the University of Nevada, Reno
Utah’s hinterlands provide a stark backdrop for environmental artists’ enduring, earth-based installations