Works by 10 artists have been installed on an ice floe in arctic Sweden where they will remain until the ice melts and they sink into the sea.
This week, looted art from Afghanistan, colonizing Mars, Lorraine O’Grady in the spotlight, the notion of the “Muslim world,” Fox News as propaganda, and more.
To say the exhibition “Facing America: Mario Schifano 1960–65” is an eye opener hardly does it justice.
By titling her exhibition “From the Floating World,” Colombet connects with the Japanese belief that one must live in the moment, yet remain detached from material needs and desires.
Bansky confirmed the artwork in a clever video stitched together with a Bob Ross tutorial.
Interjecting the power poses of Western art history with heroic Black revolutionary figures from the Caribbean, Barontini’s work manages to be seductive yet also ceremonial.
The Calder Foundation’s archive is now online, illuminating the American sculptor’s art and life in an unprecedented way.
Delve into the evolution of woodblock printing through gorgeous Japanese landscapes and the supernatural beings that inhabit them in a new virtual exhibition.