Deeply moving weavings by Diedrick Brackens, plus quick bites to go, with everything from plastic Japanese food to an academic volume on experimental

Donut box portraits and an entire exhibition dedicated to contemporary food-art
A few little somethings to chew on, ranging from a soy sauce-producing art-machine to a documentary about competitive table-setting
Food-art gems at a fair with no actual food, plus highlights from sister fairs Felix and Spring/Break Art Show
Kicking off 2022 with a buffet of food-art tidbits it would be criminal not to share
A deep dive into Marsden Hartley's strangely charming portrait of "Mushrooms on a Blue Background," complete with a recipe for fall mushroom tartlets 🍄
A giant ham guillotine, cricket snack bars, and poetry's most iconic stone fruit
Katie Butler's painting "Boys' Club" and a no-recipe recipe for an Oktoberfest picnic
From DalĂ­ to Koons (there's a blockbuster title for you): some of the best lobsters art history has to offer
Art historian and curator Katia Zavistovski on Vija Celmins' uncommonly good painting "Eggs," from 1964
Bubble gum sculptures, mushroom streetwear, and a book about bananas! Plus: what to do with all those cherry tomatoes you can't stop buying.
Demetria Glace's droll collection of recipes culled from WikiLeaks, Sony, the Clinton campaign, and more