Sandra Monterroso confronts the knots that tie together the inequalities, violence, discrimination, racism, and patriarchy in Guatemala.
For the five artists in From Scratch, starting from the elemental meant raising existential questions on the use of language and humor or irony in art.
Boro textiles are early examples of sustainability in fashion because of their innovative approach to recycling, and they embody the fundamental principles of wabi-sabi, the Japanese aesthetic that centers on the imperfection of objects.
If President Nicolás Maduro ever leaves Venezuela and the country can recover, art and culture must be priorities. For now, we can only encourage and support Venezuelan artists.
Franz Erhard Walther, who made foundational contributions to the development of participatory art, is having his first retrospective in New York City.
In their work, Beatriz González and Teresa Margolles represent the hoards of people who have been crossing the Venezuela–Colombia border.
The Dream of Solentiname exhibition uses the Solentiname experiment as a case study to explore the confluence of aesthetics and politics in Central America during the revolutions of the late twentieth century.
Gerd Leufert’s visual art carries a freedom that the branding, emblems, and logos that he made as a graphic designer did not have.