If you visit Snarkitecture’s new 3,000-square-foot “maze” for any reason other than to take posed photos, you will be bored within five minutes.
The Art & Artifacts division of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem has finally moved its collection back home after years of offsite storage.
Here’s your exclusive look at a feature-length documentary about conceptual artist Jill Magid’s unusual project in the archives of famed Mexican architect Luis Barragán.
St. Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo is one of three Sri Lankan churches damaged in the deadly attacks.
An exhibition presents a decade’s worth of research on how people get around with transportation systems that can both lead to and help resolve social inequalities.
Gallerists and art advisors suspect there could be ulterior motives to the industry leader’s latest power play, but Gagosian would beg to differ.
MoMA hosts a series of lectures and panels expanding on their research into art history in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Issued as an LP and double CD with an original cover design by Ed Ruscha, “It Happened To Me” paints a diverse and moving portrait of some of Santa Ana’s oldest citizens.
The exhibition will showcase the work of thirteen graduate students in the final year and is on view from May 3-May 19, including an opening reception on Saturday, May 4.
This is the second installment in a six-part series by the artist that will be published every day this week (Mon–Sat) regarding the recent Whitney Museum protests and the issues at stake.
The Palestine Hosting Society project, founded and directed by Mirna Bamieh, usually begins with research into a city or family’s food practices and culminates in a hosted “table,” where this research is presented to a group of invited guests.
Kwame Brathwaite’s photographs fused the two mediums to push the boundaries of beauty, transforming how we define Blackness.