With stages set up in street cars, Mexico City is celebrating its first Festival of Theater in Unusual Spaces and giving a new outlet for the city's emerging artists.
President Obama, Occupy protesters, and even the Muppets have been accused of communist leanings. But Mexican muralist Diego Rivera was the real thing.
Joe Fig interviewed artists and reproduced their work spaces to gain insight into the creative process.
Art funds let you own a share of a portfolio. Some funds have bested the S&P 500.
Long sidelined, women artists slowly win recognition – and museum space.
Memoirist Avi Steinberg reflects on the humor, sadness, scariness, and "just utter strangeness" of working in a prison.
Barbara Kingsolver's sixth novel – a book that moves between Mexico and the cold war-era US – wins the Orange Prize for fiction.