This week, a guerilla florist, on being human, pop music from North Africa, the politics of Hagia Sophia, police lies, bunny kisses, and more.
Aoko Matsuda’s Where the Wild Ladies Are offers a fresh critique of Japan’s stance towards women.
The beauty and power of Valéry’s best writing is undeniable, and the human dilemmas his work addresses remain with us.
The cultural center has successfully reimagined an exhibition to better suit an online presentation.
Scrivere Disegnando is an exhibition of more than 300 works produced by 93 artists whose subject is imaginary language.
Yuen’s ambiguous works resist a simple or anecdotal reading while speaking to our apprehensions and paranoia.
As femicide rates continue to rise in the country, there’s more to consider than just the surface-level gesture of #womensupportingwomen.
Wojnarowicz created his “Stoned Sketchbook” as a teenager, but its loopy, delightful drawings foreshadow the mature artist’s irresistible irreverence.
“We are now in survival mode,” says Joumana Asseily, director and founder of Marfa’ Projects. “A week ago I was concerned about safety issues because of the pandemic but now my biggest worry is checking if everyone is safe and has a shelter.”
“As they parade around their executive pay cuts, [director] Lisa Phillips is still making at least $500,000 while 25 people now have no income and no health insurance during a pandemic,” the union said.
As galleries struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, exhibitors learned the fair will not reimburse participants for the booth fees they have already paid.
Known for his songs for The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, Ashman deserves a documentary passionate enough to match his legacy.