On the occasion of publicly showing her private collection of work by women artists, Valeria Napoleone talks about why such a display is necessary.
The Whitechapel Gallery has recently commissioned the feminist collective to create a new artwork that resurrects the 1986 Guerrilla Girls campaign “It’s Even Worse in Europe.”
Designed to attract artists, actors, and musicians, Green Rooms offers affordable accommodations at a discounted rate to any creative.
The art organization Artangel has invited visual artists, writers, and performers to respond to Reading Gaol’s most famous inmate, Oscar Wilde.
NAPLES, Italy — “I don’t care if Monday’s blue,” sang the Cure. But French artist Camille Henrot seems to care a great deal.
LONDON — “Have you seen Betty? She has big boobs! She has disappeared!”
EASTBOURNE, UK — When artist Melanie Manchot started making work in the 1990s, she was deeply influenced by gender and feminist theories.
LONDON — It’s always surprising when important artists get overlooked. It’s the case of Paul Strand in the UK, whose contribution to the history of photography might still slip away from the British public’s view.
LONDON — Like many other Europeans living in the UK, I am not eligible to vote in Thursday’s referendum that will decide whether Britain should leave or remain in the European Union.
LONDON — Every time Gonzalez-Torres’s work is exhibited, a critical opportunity arises.
Whitechapel Gallery and the MIT Press recently published Queer, the latest addition to Documents of Contemporary Art, a popular series of anthologies on major themes and ideas in contemporary art.
In the mid-19th century, the Chincha Islands were at the center of a now-forgotten resource war that involved major world powers.