Anuradha Vikram, head curator at 18th Street Arts Center, talks about how the “lack of professional standards can undermine important cultural and social justice work.”
The intersection between design and political power, as far as these candidates go, is difficult to discern.
As Osman Kavala, an acclaimed Turkish cultural philanthropist, enters his second year imprisoned in solitary confinement without charge, the arrests of 20 of his affiliates expose the double-standards of Turkey’s treatment of its own dissidents following the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Larry Ossei-Mensah discusses his curatorial approach and what he will bring to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
As part of the Drawing Center’s The Artist’s Eye series, Essenhigh, along with artist and critic Matthew Weinstein, will take visitors through Reeves’s exhibition next Tuesday.
A new book documents the extent to which the famed Dutch artist looked to his collection of some 660 Japanese works for inspiration.
Nosotras Proponemos (nP), Argentina’s first organized activist group dedicated to fighting sexism in the art industry, has made waves, but much work remains to be done.
Tavares Strachan is sending Robert Henry Lawrence Jr.’s “soul” into space — fulfilling the astronaut’s dream that was cut off by his death in a trading accident in 1967.
Open to all, this program appeals to artists, photographers, photography enthusiasts, and anyone interested in exploring the beauty and culture of Cuba.
Since Kimberli Meyer was controversially fired from the University Art Museum, students have penned letters, staged a silent protest, and created artworks in response.
The three top winners of the prestigious Taylor Wessing Prize depict people of color, photographed by white photographers.
Join Christie’s Education’s Open House on November 30 to learn more about the master’s programs in New York.