Artists from 19 countries will be participating in the 11th edition of the Taipei Biennale titled Post-Nature—A Museum as an Ecosystem.
Over 300 signatories have offered their support for the call urging festival director Sam Stourdzé to increase the number of participating women photographers to 50%.
On view through January 6 in Reno, this exhibition presents the noted artist’s rarely seen “Fulbright Triptych” and several works from his expansive five-decade career.
Activist organization “Goldsmiths Cleaners” obstructed the opening of the new Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art to demand improved contracts for cleaners
How do we analyze the frenetic outbursts at Wednesday’s Congressional hearings through the lens of aesthetic protest.
This week, artist studios in California, Colorado, Maryland, New York, and Oregon.
In Germany, two vastly different approaches to public and memorial art are underscoring some of the tensions currently unfolding in the country today.
Standouts at this year’s New York Film Festival range from a Vincent van Gogh biopic by Julian Schnabel to a documentary on free jazz, with a range of great, art-inflected offerings in between.
The Barbur Gallery was targeted by the Israeli Minister of Culture and Mayor of Jerusalem for hosting events with NGO’s dedicated to the end of Palestinian occupation.
Jason Lutes’s epic graphic novel series Berlin, which began in 1996, comes to a close this year. Little did he know how relevant his books would be.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum is showcasing and selling three-dimensional replicas of iconic paintings at malls across the US for one year.
Two PEN-award winning journalists sentenced to 7 years in jail, a controversial statue of Erdoğan stirs controversy in Germany, and Art Basel takes up a new economic model.