Using an anthropological approach, Catharina van Eetvelde analyzes and investigates how the natural sciences shape our lives and our conceptions.
Curators have extensively referenced the white, male, Western canon of painting, but mostly ignore the ways in which Marshall’s work fits into and extends black visual culture.
This week, learn about China’s pulp comics, check out a new zine fair for POC artists, spend a night lost in philosophical debate, and more.
Organized by Architects Advocate, the letter emphasizes investments in renewable energy and a commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement.
Agustina Woodgate’s Radio Espacio Estacion considers Miami’s upcoming Underline Park and bike path, which will be completed over the next decade.
When she encountered a dilapidated parking structure in London, artist Corrie Baldauf saw a gold zero in her mind. Then she undertook a large collaboration to make it reality.
Florida Art Thief Drives Stolen Car 1,000 Miles to Ask Obama for Pardon Miami resident and confessed art thief Marcus Sanford Patmon was arrested on Wednesday after driving a stolen car to Arlington, Virginia, where "he was looking to be pardoned by the Obama administration before the Trump administration came in," according to an Arlington Police Department spokesperson.
The historic architecture of Palmyra continues to be destroyed by terror groups.
Sculptures by Huma Bhabha, Damián Ortego, Heather Phillipson, Michael Rakowitz, and Raqs Media Collective are in the running to occupy the Fourth Plinth next year.
The elements in this anti-composition have almost fallen out of time, and they are about to break apart, or at least to disjoin.
The MA Aesthetics and Politics Program at CalArts invites you to join us for two upcoming public lectures by our 2017 Theorist in Residence Lauren Berlant.
In these works, the present moment remains altogether elusive.