DUBAI — “What happens to memories that have no stories?” the artist asks. “Do they get deleted? Do they just disappear?”
Every city has its own sounds, its distinct murmur and roar of voices and traffic.
New York-based Eli Wilner is one of the art world’s most renowned framers.
MINNEAPOLIS — Animals populate the prints on view at Sus Voces, a group exhibition at Highpoint Center for Printmaking, featuring nine female Mexican printmakers working in traditional techniques.
The Houses of Parliament are not your advertising billboard, British government officials are reminding anyone eyeing the UNESCO World Heritage Site as a surface for light projections.
LONDON — When I asked Douglas why he decided to shift Conrad’s novel to Portugal in 1975, he replied with a seemingly benevolent “Why not?”
This morning, School of the Art Institute of Chicago honorary degree holder Kanye West proclaimed on Twitter: “My tweets are a form of contemporary art only compromised by people trying to tell me what to tweet and not to tweet…”
Out of Line: The Art of Jules Feiffer, a recent book by Martha Fay, now takes the cake for presenting “more Feiffers than have ever been discovered together in one spot before.”
If you’re constantly on the prowl for obscure music from around the world, this music streaming website will be your new favorite audio service that saves you from hours of combing the internet.
Currently on view at the Museum of Chinese in America, SubUrbanisms: Casino Urbanization, Chinatowns, and the Contested American Landscape, is a fascinating look at the evolution of the American suburbs beyond the archetype of the Anglo-Saxon, nuclear, single family and binary notions of home.
Dave Hickey has had some … trouble with women before.
But the deadline is tomorrow …