Iranian-Kurdish writer and asylum seeker Behrouz Boochani won the 2019 Victorian Prize for Literature for a book he wrote through WhatsApp texts over five years while living in a Papua New Guinea detention center, where he is still imprisoned.
Previously, the video’s director, Dave Meyers, came under legal fire for using imagery similar to that of artist Lina Iris Viktor in a music video for Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s song for the Black Panther movie.
The ad implores viewers to #EatLikeAndy — but it’s unlikely this is how Andy ate.
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At the Museum of Arts and Design, a group of artists come together to discuss the ways in which art can bring about social change.
This year’s $100,000 prize was bestowed to art historian and curator Carmen C. Bambach of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Assuming an audience’s prior knowledge of Mexican culture and major events is a powerful way of centering the Mexican experience.
The new annual Fellowship, for an artist working in any discipline, was funded by a gift from the daughter of artists Philip Guston and Musa McKim Guston.
“These are like my children,” Richard Phillips says. “But I don’t have any money. I don’t have a choice.” The artist has been met with bureaucratic blockades to receive the $2 million that he is eligible for under Michigan law.
Artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset, who designed the monument over a decade ago, says, “The memorial can be repaired — it is far worse when the victim of violent homophobia is a human being.”
The images and videos Mario Klingemann posted under the hashtag #BigGAN can only be appreciated by treating his Twitter feed as a digital exhibition.
Poorly Watched Girls is Suzanne Bocanegra’s largest exhibition to date and the culmination of her collaboration with the Fabric Workshop and Museum.