The Museum of Yesterday is an augmented reality app that excavates the secret histories of Rio de Janeiro, including its major role in the transatlantic slave trade.
A retrospective at the MCA Chicago charts the many strands of Murakami’s painting practice, from his early Nihonga style to recent Buddhist iconography.
The artists and activists who created “The People’s Cultural Plan,” a community-first alternative to New York City’s official Cultural Plan, offer solutions to the latter’s many problems and blindspots.
This exclusive new short documentary considers the less discussed and more personal perspective of what it’s like to be an artist from Boyle Heights.
The most alluring aspect of the exhibition at the Fondation Cartier is its suggestion of what photographs of cars absent of people can convey.
The exhibition is curated by Katharine Harmon, author of You Are Here–NYC: Mapping the Soul of the City, with Jessie Braden, Director, Spatial Analysis and Visualization Initiative, Pratt Institute.
Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past, 1830-1980 argues for the art history importance of dinosaur illustrations, as they shape our understanding of this extinct world through the visual culture of the present.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opened this past weekend, looks to history for inspiration.
Inject some fitness into your practice with artcercise!