The city is shutting down the Russell Industrial Center, a decades-old mainstay of the Detroit art scene, due to violations of local ordinances and safety and building codes.
Blake Rayne’s first midcareer survey is full of linguistic disruptions and quiet repetitions, bringing to mind Bartleby the scrivener’s disarming resistance.
Barbur Gallery held an event with the left-wing NGO Breaking the Silence, and now the municipality of Jerusalem is trying to kick it out of its space.
Liyla and the Shadows of War is a game set during the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict, in which you attempt to protect a young girl through the raging battle.
Continuing through February 28, Black Artstory Month brings exhibitions, murals, performances, film screenings, and more to a stretch of Myrtle Avenue.
The five films nominated for this year’s Academy Award for the best animated short film use a range of animation and storytelling styles to shuttle characters and viewers across time and space.
How do you visualize the death of democracy?
As the official memorial to victims of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake is unveiled, an unofficial but beloved installation commemorating the dead remains in limbo.
A video work about avian predators and their prey blends documentary and fictional narrative of the life of a bouncer in Mexico City.
A four-week summer artist residency from the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department at the School of Visual Arts (NYC).
Even after digesting this considerable amount of ostensibly transitory disclosure, Duchamp remains an unadulterated, irreverent enigma.
An exhibition at the Frick features pieces from its collection of Royal Meissen porcelain curated by artist Arlene Shechet, as well as works she made while in residence at the historic manufactory.