“Persistent Resistance” consists of a central speckled, decorative column that looks like a Rorschach ink blot that’s been stretched into a pillar.
In the four days since it launched, the new Culture Pass NYC program helped New Yorkers book over 9,500 reservations for 33 museums and cultural institutions across the five boroughs.
During his lifetime, Oswaldo Vigas was famous in Latin American art circles, but less well known internationally. Now, the late artist’s foundation is trying to rectify that situation.
This week in art news: Never-before-seen artwork by Nelson Mandela released, Beyoncé and Jay-Z file a request to film at the Colosseum, and Wes Anderson is now a curator.
The new Venice Biennale uses a fake Chinese curse for its title. We suggest 20 alternative curses.
Digital technologies for games are developing at an unprecedented pace, compelling us ask how they are potentially shifting society’s relationship to intimacy and social interaction.
In Otobong Nkanga’s art, figures appear dismembered and limbless, indicating that they have been industrialized as tools of production and exploitation.
A site in Israel continues to turn up stunning polychromatic mosaics from the late Roman empire that challenge current notions of ancient Jewish aesthetics and the art of depicting scripture.
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A Sir Quentin Blake retrospective auction celebrates the author’s prolific career as an illustrator and a 19th Century European and Orientalist Art auction fetches over $3 million at Christie’s in London.
The crashes of an automatic gong become a dire melody and meditation on the horrors and loss defining the Anthropocene.
Pope Clement I has been dead for almost two thousand years, but that hasn’t stopped the Holy Roman saint form traveling on what must be the strangest Eurotrip yet.