Alun Williams makes ahistorical history paintings by playing with the postmodern circulation of context-free imagery, mixing free-spirited image accumulation with glints of personal specificity.
The artist best known for his slashed canvases made a series of clay Christ figures between 1948 and 1961.
In his first solo show, Franck Lundangi uses mystical imagery to portray links between humans and nature.
The poet and filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky and his wife, the artist Pascale Montandon-Jodorowsky, make bright and fantastical works together under the moniker pascALEjandro.
A group show at Paris’s Galerie Charlot uses bygone tools and techniques to explore modern media.
More than 100 golem-inspired artworks are on display at Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme in Paris.
An exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle showcases some 60 pieces designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, highlighting his sculptural manipulations of black fabric.
Artists Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti traveled to 13 tax havens in an attempt to visualize the fundamentally invisible networks corporations and the ultra-rich employ to hide their wealth.
In our age of imprudent Trumpism, this astute nasty display felt like dainty relics mislaid.
‘Dada Presentism: An Essay on Art and History’ is an exposé of the conflict between conscious and unconscious forces.
Phillipe Soupault delights in humanizing the celebrated with intimate particularization and paeanizing the obscure with encomium.
Even after digesting this considerable amount of ostensibly transitory disclosure, Duchamp remains an unadulterated, irreverent enigma.