Whether it is Clemo, with his violated use objects, or Williams, investing painstaking traditional labor into a multitude of simple, decorative forms, both artists are making strong contributions within the continuum of contemporary ceramics.
LOS ANGELES — While museum biennials can generally feel like lofty affairs, the Giant Robot Biennale 4 at the Japanese American National Museum takes a more populist approach to its roster of visual artists and illustrators, presenting sketchbooks and zines as well as paintings and sculptures.
A pair of gargoyles commemorating slain Charlie Hebdo cartoonists Jean “Cabu” Cabut and Georges Wolinski were unveiled Monday on the renovated exterior of the Tour de la Lanterne, a tower in La Rochelle whose oldest sections date back to the late 12th century.
The 19th annual edition of Gowanus Open Studios takes place this weekend, October 16 to 18, 2015.
Elias Sime’s installations at James Cohan Gallery are visually impressive, but more than that, they are brilliant in their capacity to accomplish several things at once.
LONDON — Last year was my first Frieze London fair, and I was baffled that it could seem so desultory, given that it was chock-a-block with pointlessly novel artworks.
This past Wednesday, October 7, Art in Flux Harlem staged its first “Sip and Sketch” in central Harlem — a social event convened around nude figure drawing.
Jerome Avenue Workers Project, an exhibition featuring work by photographers from the Bronx Photo League (a project of the Bronx Documentary Center), sees gentrification through a personal lens.
The first book to illustrate a pencil was published in the 16th century, and its author was more interested in the properties of the lead than the implement itself.
Entering the world of Tokyo-based Japanese sculptor Teppei Kaneuji is like walking into a funky workshop gone awry.
Gego and Sarah Sze both studied architecture and chose visual art.
On November 20, 2013, an exhibition titled Miró in Istanbul opened at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University’s Tophane-i Amire Culture and Arts Center, but its two-month run was cut short when the objects on view were denounced as fake and it closed on December 20.