Questions of privilege aside, the range of abstract works reminded me how artists are providing nuanced ways of thinking about identity that move beyond exclusion/inclusion binaries.
Allan DeSouza’s book is both a reflective investigation exploring how artistic meaning takes shape and a functional handbook that clarifies terms often used in the art world without much lucidity.
While some works in the Riga Biennial address a specific historical event, only a handful explore individual or personal stories.
This photo essay tells the story of an artist’s view of her experience at a new and important biennale.
Wojciech Puś’s Endless is loosely based on the life of a trans woman, but it is not about a journey from point A to point B.
ISTANBUL — “Gossip,” according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is “trifling or groundless rumour.” I actually like to think of it as knowledge, but the kind that’s not considered true or rational — at least not yet anyway.