Chinese Animal Idiom cards remind us that we can fly free, yes, and we should, but we eventually need somewhere to land.
Helen Cammock’s solo exhibition is an array of visual poems, ceramics, and even the sound of her trumpet, which she began practicing in the city.
Hostility comes across in various forms throughout “Hostile Terrain ’94,” a show about the perils involved in undocumented migration.
Amir H. Fallah’s beautiful objects reflect a shadow side, a decay of borders, trust, and stability that comes with the trauma of immigration.
Cruel Youth Diary: Chinese Photography and Video greets us with the dizziness befitting a period of rapid economic growth and social change.
With “Dark Illumination” artist Kenturah Davis creates opportunities for us to see the sacred and meditative in the words we write.
The Rijksmuseum’s traveling show strives to remind us that we are all, in some way, a part of this chapter of human history, whose legacy continues today.
Hande Sever’s latest installation explores how leaders in the US and Turkey have used visual art and film to project, modify, and erase history.
Beautiful Repair: Mending in Art and Fashion at Copenhagen Contemporary explores the aesthetics of mending through the lens of art and fashion.
A new book uses graphic design as a way to tell the story of Roman conquests, economy, and culture.
A Copenhagen exhibition offers a rich view into the creative production and daily life in the Weimar Republic, with its glamour and its grotesquerie.
In Vermeer’s paintings, the world is much larger than we imagined and yet somehow deep, meaningful, and magical.