These days, it’s possible to spend as much money on a fancy camera as you would on a brand new car.
Global recessions and armed crackdowns on protests are undoubtedly bad for art, but the old adage that hardship and suffering fuels creativity comes to mind when looking back at Brazil in the 1970s and considering the improbable success of Galeria Luisa Strina.
The Magnum Foundation announced its 2015 Human Rights Fellows last month. The goal is to provide a development platform for “young and emerging photographers, journalists, students and/or activists” who “are deeply committed to advancing human rights in their home countries.”
Have we been here before? Will we all be in this same spot again soon? Corinne Vionnet’s aggregate compositions provoke a puzzling, often beautiful feeling of déjà vu.
The warehouse still smoldering on the Williamsburg waterfront may draw new attention to this East River–aligned stretch of Brooklyn, where city officials have long planned for an extensive park and small museum.
LONDON — On February 4 from 9 to 11 am the National Gallery of London witnessed the second episode in a five-day strike by museum staff and members of the Public and Commercial Services Union
LOS ANGELES — K-HOLE members speak in a pseudo corporate-y performative language, using terms like “onboard” in a way that is cringe-inducing, serious, and ambiguously funny.
Oh, art museums. You’re so fickle — like a guy who sends a charming message on Tinder and then disappears after the first tryst.
I can’t remember being so deeply frustrated by a book that I assumed I would like and find informative.
You’re going to have to deal with it sooner or later.