The well-known Delhi Art Gallery’s capacious new space in New York’s prestigious Fuller Building brings Indian modernists to a Western audience.
BRISBANE, Australia — Suppressed voices, marginalized histories, and public spaces take center stage at the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial.
Originating in the Himalayas, the Yamuna river flows through New Delhi and accounts for more than 70% of the city’s water supply.
Salman Toor’s insular scenes of life in Pakistan have vanished.
Gargoyle faces and witch-like masks adorn the walls of Yoon Ji Seon’s first US solo exhibition, Rag Face, at the Yossi Milo Gallery, New York.
Works from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are linked by their use of tactile objects to illuminate the terrors of political exigencies and trauma from martial law.
Entering the world of Tokyo-based Japanese sculptor Teppei Kaneuji is like walking into a funky workshop gone awry.
BOGOTA — The 11th edition of ARTBO in Bogota, Colombia, held from October 1–4 at the Corferias convention center, was a sea of abstract and conceptual art.
The elevator opens onto a dark, shrouded foyer. A few steps in and one encounters quite unexpectedly the large, gloomy front room of Argentine artist Adrián Villar Rojas’s first solo exhibition, Two Suns, at the Marian Goodman Gallery, New York.