Artists Kader Attia and Jean-Jacques Lebel’s transcultural and transgenerational collaborative exhibition attempts to face down and recover from human evil through the superfluity of artistic imagination.
An exhibition at the Lille Métropole Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art tells the story of early experiments that led to the first cybernetic sculpture in art history
For Hausmann, who was one of the founders of Berlin Dada, realist nature photography became a preferred means of his post-Dada expression, picked up during his sojourns to the North Sea and Baltic coasts in the early 1930s.
Brancusi’s “The Kiss” has stood atop Tatiana Rachewskaïa’s tomb for more than a century, but six months ago it was covered up and its future remains a mystery.
Dada Africa is an exhibition that exhumes the collision between the Dadaists’ preconceived notions of Africa and actual African cultural artifacts.
Michelangelo’s sensitive phantasmagorical drawings are riveting because they are fierce and fragile; strength and tenderness, like figure and ground, are tied together, neither one complete without the other.
An exhibition at the LUMA Foundation in Arles features 12 of the socially-minded architects buildings made from easily assembled prefabricated parts.
An exhibition at the Musée National Picasso in Paris tracks the artist’s life and work, month-to-month, in 1932.
As part of the Dada centennial celebrations, Ugly Duckling Presse has published a 1000-copy, boxed-set, limited-edition facsimile of the two editions of The Blind Man, called The Blind Man: New York Dada, 1917.
An exhibition at Musée Maillol demonstrates that Pop Art did not then, and does not now, matter — because it has never been a site of cultural resistance, but rather a scene of authoritarianism rooted in an affirmation of top-down corporate affluence.
Paul Gauguin’s decorative works, sculpture, wood carvings, and graphic artworks highlight his stimulating color harmonies and rich compositions, even as some of the subject matter sits uncomfortably with today’s standards.
With just a bit of attention, one can enjoy radically spatialized music, with voice and sounds experienced in ways far different to stereo listening.