NYC Art Institutions Close Amid Air Pollution Concerns
The Noguchi Museum and the Socrates Sculpture Park are among those shuttering as smoke from Canadian wildfires continues to spread across the city.
Yale University Press Presents The Art of Colour: The History of Art in 39 Pigments
Kelly Grovier discusses his book on the history of pigments in a new podcast episode, making the case for how myths and science can enrich how we experience art.
A Walk in Frédérique Lucien’s Winter Garden
A new exhibition combines the artist’s uncanny bodily sculptures with her two-dimensional botanical works.
Pêdra Costa on Art, Tarot, and Resistance
“Queerness, art, and spirituality are integral to my identity, yet they do not confine me,” says the Brazil-born, Berlin-based artist.
OCAD University Honors Five Arts and Culture Changemakers
Inclusive design champion Kat Holmes, First Nations artist Robert Houle, telecommunications leader Philip B. Lind, community builder Nancy McCain, and Rosemary Sadlier, a founder of Black History Month in Canada, are the honorands.
The Techno Transcendence of Party/After-Party
Carl Craig’s immersive installation is a testimony to our need to dance, mourn, and rejoice together.
Former Popcorn Factory Becomes Video Exhibition Space in San Francisco
The inaugural exhibition at Minnesota Street Project Foundation’s new space features Richard Mosse’s video installation on Amazon deforestation.
“Like a Homecoming”: Gary Simmons Exhibition Opens at MCA Chicago
Gary Simmons: Public Enemy surveys the artist’s career in exposing legacies of race and class in US popular culture.