Lily Harrington, University of Georgia
Bright, light and colorful, Bryant’s trademark aesthetic mirrors his generous charm.
Motherhood used to define women. Now, it’s just one part of who they are.
How different is anti-aging from immortality?
In scrawling misogynistic text over famous works, Tompkins exposes the patriarchy of the art world.
The film installation offers an imaginative, eerie perspective on global warming.
The former Baylor frat president faces almost no repercussions after raping and assaulting an unconscious woman.
Gun violence, racism, mass consumption and more have the country headed toward catastrophe, according to Rocky.
Years ago the Japanese artist understood that art could offer an experience, and now there’s no going back.
As quickly as possible.
She was the most powerful woman in the world for eight years, and she did a lot to earn it.
Some say yes, he says no.
The small New York production company has upended a number of entertainment industry shibboleths.
More than ever, celebrities across the entertainment industry are getting political. Should they?
With her vibrant pop art and unapologetic politics, Longshore has drawn comparisons to the late Andy Warhol.
Minuscule, hyper-detailed and elegant, the nouveau ink is upending the industry.
Bye-bye bored pickup lines and unwanted sexual advances.
#MeTwo, #MeThree, #MeFour…
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