JAKARTA — Located in a large warehouse in the south of town, the Jakarta Biennale 2015, titled Neither Forward nor Back, mixes works by Indonesian and international artists.
These three unique Moore College of Art & Design degrees fuse making, research and action with the subject of place in contemporary art.
In Taiwan, there is a church.
Hypnosis straddles the line between science and entertainment, encompassing both the therapeutic practice of hypnotherapy and performative stage acts.
The week I visited Julie Ault’s new show, afterlife, at Galerie Buchholz, I also gave a talk at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) on poetry and the archive.
Two artists have rejected their nominations for the Vincent Van Gogh Biennial Award for Contemporary Art in Europe, which is billed as “one of the world’s leading contemporary art prizes.”
PHILADELPHIA — 2016 has not been a good year for the annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade.
Francofonia bristles at labeling. The latest whatsit by Russian titan Alexander Sokurov moves comfortably between categories.
“We grieve in silence,” game maker Ryan Green says at one point in That Dragon, Cancer, an interactive experience based on the illness and eventual death of his son, Joel.
In 1967, Chicago-based photojournalist Steve Schapiro became famous for chronicling The Hippie in the Haight.
PARIS — Though once fêted as a glamorous Parisian queen of the libertine, bohemian art world, Leonor Fini (1907–96) has been sliding ever since toward obscurity.
Our poetry editor, Joe Pan, has selected three poems by Amish Trivedi for his series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.