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.
This week, artist studios in Connecticut, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, and Ontario.
Jane Fortune once fell in love with the Renaissance artist Plautilla Nelli at a Florence book fair. She’s since devoted her life to uncovering and restoring the great works of hitherto unknown women painters of the last six centuries.
Once artists leave Syria many find that international borders are closed to them as they try to build a professional and creative life in exile.
Wandering through the various lives visited by Soth’s images, it is easy to understand the political and cultural schisms in our country.
Banksy posted a letter written to him by Turkish-Kurdish artist and political prisoner, Zehra Doğan.