Harley Wong is an arts writer and editor based between New York and San Francisco.
The artist’s first large-scale hanging works accompany embroidered tableaux that reimagine scenes of 18th- and 19th-century opulence
The artist discusses his shift from figurative painting to abstraction and the studio fire that consumed his artworks depicting the violence of 1960s California
Paired with sculptures from the Nasher’s permanent collection, the artist’s new work explores the vulnerability of the body
The former starlet’s return to the screen is just a reminder of how far she has fallen from favour
A new production, playing at New York’s Public Theater, traces anti-Asian violence in the US but relies too heavily on anti-racist tropes
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