In response to the cancellation, Ronnie Kasrils wrote: “It’s disappointing then to find those rights now curtailed in Austria for wanting to express solidarity with the Palestinian people and sharing the South African experience and lessons with the Austrian people.”
As the polarization over Catalan independence deepens in Spain, two recent exhibitions at the Antoni Tàpies Foundation underscore how art and soft power are more relevant than ever before.
The festival organizer was interrogated by police over the play Blue and Pink, which explores gender stereotypes.
Wolf Klinz, who first voiced the concern, says that his allegations “were unfortunately not met with serious concern by the President nor the Commissioner responsible, but rather with condescension and dismissal.”
An unholy alliance has formed between Catholics protesting debunked conspiracy theories linking Abramović to Satanism, and the Polish dance community, who have been complaining of mistreatment and unfair wages leading up to her career retrospective The Cleaner.
Gregory Burke is currently under investigation by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, following claims made by an anonymous female employee.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police tried to cancel the talk between prominent figures Arundhati Roy and Shahidul Alam for unexplained “unavoidable circumstances.”
The fair, which opened its 2019 edition today, defends its “impeccable” selection process.
Doğan was imprisoned for propaganda after she depicted a predominately Kurdish city destroyed by Turkish military forces in a digital painting.
Ilya Kabakov’s essays allow for a close look at the artist’s nonconformist path as an artist in the USSR and the USA.
Polish investor, art collector, and philanthropist Grażyna Kulczyk says the goal of Museum Susch is to platform “new voices and positions that are often left outside the canon of male-dominated art history.”
The unionized workers, who have been without a contract since 2017, say the gallery privileges upper management at the expense of other employees.