He introduces an exotic fantasy world that reflects his personal experiences and longings as a gay Asian man living in the diverse melting pot of Los Angeles.
A member of the queer collective Grupo Chaclacayo, his transformational performances were a cry for gender equality and political freedom in Peru.
The 76-year-old painter has been documenting his people, their ancestors, their land, and their fight for liberation for over half a century.
Local artists invoke nostalgia, probe policymakers, and take aim at public perception to shift attitudes toward natural resources and waste management.
Miami’s local artists grapple with environmental, economic, and political issues year-round, all while facing access barriers to fairs like Art Basel in their own city.
The work on gender and ecology in RE/SISTERS at the Barbican suggests that it is time to re-examine and re-engage with ecofeminism.
At the Musée D’Orsay in Paris, “La Palette de Van Gogh” lets you soar through the peaks and valleys of four major works by the artist.
An exhibition in a historic Cuban restaurant, a little-known erotic art museum, free popsicles, and … oh, right, art fairs!
The Bruce Museum will shine a light on the friendships, influences, and experiments that helped shape the artist’s visual language.
The Antiguan artist left behind 6,000 paintings and drawings, 600 sculptures, 2,000 photographs, and 50,000 pages of writings.
Dyani White Hawk’s beaded paintings, Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio’s rubber casts, Tidawhitney Lek’s portraits of life in Long Beach’s Cambodia Town, and more.
The biennale dives into ancient cosmologies, current issues, and futurist dreams through a cinematic lens.