Outside the Lines

Making apolitical art is a privilege, one that outsider artists do not have.
Tracing the history of the Outsider Art Fair on its 25th anniversary.
In the 1950s, Charles Steffen was diagnosed with schizophrenia, which may or may not relate to his curious mode of rendering the human form.
Brooklyn's LAND Gallery approaches its artists with seriousness and generosity.
Judith Scott's twin sister Joyce tells her story.
This outsider artist lived with agoraphobia, but performed around the world through her art.
Here's why you should consider picking up a pen and making some art.
Born in 1898, Jon Serl channeled painful memories into mesmerizing works of art.
The decision will make room for a larger-scale "arts-infused community" called Heidelberg 3.0.
Let's talk about sex (and art) (and the relationship between them), baby!