This month: Henry Taylor, Barkley L. Hendricks, Carlos Villa and Leo Valledor, Cecilia Paredes, and more.
This week, satellite images capture lines of cars carrying Armenians fleeing Nagorno-Karabakh, an Ethiopian painting looted by the British Museum, digitizing Urdu script, and much more.
This week, influencers get paid to feed you crap, Naomi Klein’s “doppelganger,” the best Burning Man takedown, and why are we all calling each other “girl”?
This month: Ruth Asawa, Michael Rakowitz, Math Bass, contemporary Native art, and more.
Some things never change, like the over-botoxed art collector and the $25 cold sandwich.
This week, metallic spheres from another solar system, the problem with compulsive gift-giving, shots of a rare blue moon, and much more.
Hadi Moussally’s short film “Sultana’s Reign” is a lovely portrait of queerness, Middle Easternness, and Palestinianness … a beautiful multitude.
This week, the world’s rarest giraffe, museum gluttony for ads, Grimes on Musk, Instagram colonialism, and more.
This week, a new generation of “lesbian bars,” inequality in music streaming, Mexican-Punjabi communities in California, and who’s the artist behind the Strathmore sketchbook cover?
This week, delightfully silly pet photography, ranking art historical tassels, a screenwriter’s musings on AI jokes, art collectors and tax breaks, and much more.
As we consider the rejection of Defne Ayas as the curator of the next Istanbul Biennial, it’s time to examine how genocide denial has long been a staple of the art world in Turkey.
Add a few new titles to your art reading list this month, including a Whitfield Lovell catalogue, a guide to making your own paint out of plants, and much more.