Cai’s public art project Fireflies invites visitors to ride in padicabs illuminated by lanterns down the bustling Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
As the neighborhood’s commercial real estate turns over to lure tech companies, many artists will have to look further east for affordable studio space.
Dozens of objects make up Donald Ellis Gallery’s exhibition of art by the indigenous people of North America’s arctic region.
A petition is calling for the removal of three works, including an installation of live lizards and insects and a video of a performance involving pit bulls running on treadmills, from the forthcoming Art and China After 1989.
In Café Müller and The Rite of Spring, currently playing as a double bill at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tanztheater Wuppertal offers up catharsis followed by brutal physicality.
After over a decade in the making, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art from Africa is opening its doors on September 22.
Nuclear contamination from abandoned uranium mines is rampant across the Navajo Nation, and a community of artists is raising awareness through a street art project and gallery exhibition.
This week in art news: Anish Kapoor’s neighbors accused him of stealing their light, Phillips withdrew a painting attributed to Mark Grotjahn from auction after he questioned its authenticity on Instagram, and the Getty put Michelangelo’s “Study of a Mourning Woman” on display.