When Sophia Urista urinated on an audience member onstage, her act was framed and understood in a particularly gendered way.
To displace the bronze statue would be to destabilize the very idea of nation and surrender the coveted allure of primacy in the Americas.
Despite the project’s apparent success, its artists ultimately understood that murals are not material resources, even though creating beauty in underserved neighborhoods holds space for people to feel seen.
Are ecological thinking and decolonial practice merely genres, or are they being used to transform all aspects of arts discourse?
The question remains: Is an African museum, designed by an African architect, capable of undoing the institutional violence that it has inherited?
The leadership of Paris+ and its 10-dealer-strong advisory board have oddly forgotten to include a single person of color.
While influencers market their brands using images of beauty ideals and upward mobility, grief accounts have started popping up, offering a different message.
Does public artwork left in ruin impact community mental health?
The bottom line is that current laws on the trade of antiquities are insufficient, allowing the looting of culturally significant property to continue.
For museums to truly grasp their colonial history, self-examination must go beyond questioning how they built their collections to how they interpret them.
At Leipzig’s Grassi Museum, a Tanzanian-German artist collaboration is reimagining the removal of a plinth as sculptural gesture in its own right.
Playing in the poetic space between documentary and fiction, the inclusion of found footage and screen recordings has turned the video essay into a representation of online life.