Conceived in response to the current humanitarian disaster, Law of the Journey is rooted in the artist’s research while on location at refugee camps in Greece
The Museum Barberini courtyard, an enclosed area in the middle of the museum complex (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) POTSDAM — Touted as the “youngest and noblest of all German private museums,” the Museum Barberini opened to the public on January 23 in an area lined with Prussian palaces and gardens on the […]
Here’s a look at some of this year’s acts of art censorship.
The video essay is Vanessa Gravenor’s attempt to make sense of her trauma, which remains serpentine, meandrous, never subsiding, ever present.
Take a ride with Halil Altındere through his Martian fantasy.
Bródno Sculpture Park has come to be one of Europe’s most enticing and important sites of relational and social sculpture.
Sehgal’s latest work will likely go down as one of the 21st century’s most interesting hybrids between contemporary art and dance.
SOKOLOWSKO, Poland — For three years running, Sanatorium of Sound has given hundreds of experimental sound art devotees reason to ascend to a small, mysterious, Polish village, nestled only a short distance from the Czech border.
BERLIN — BB9 is so vacuous, ideologically apathetic, ahistorical, sarcastic, and dehumanizing, it’s a wonder it hasn’t been blacklisted solely on account of its conformity to commodity fetishism.
MARRAKESH — As the afternoon sun radiated onto Jemaa el-Fna square in the old medina quarter of the city, nine bodies emerged before me on the ground, beatboxing and gyrating, surrounded by curious onlookers.
ISTANBUL — Since winning the November 2015 elections, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his AKP party have taken extreme measures to silence anyone who raises their voice to criticize government policy.
SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates — In the words of French philosopher Jacques Derrida, “there is no political power without control of the archive, if not memory.”