It’s not often that you find a space in which communication is not only possible, but encouraged across time, discourses, and borders.
The idea was inspired by a 1970 drawing depicting a forest entrapped in a big city soccer stadium.
Artists come together to discuss Nari Ward’s repurposed objects as a reflection of place, culture, and identity.
This year’s Met Gala is named Notes on Fashion, in tribute to a Susan Sontag essay. But Sontag also wrote that “To talk about Camp is to betray it.”
To argue for basic human rights seems to be only acceptable when spoken of by artists in museum galleries, but not by the art workers whose labor underpins such projects.
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Controversial artist Christoph Büchel’s project will memorialize the European migrant crisis by displaying the shipwreck responsible for one of the worst losses of life on the Mediterranean in recent memory.
As India prepares for general elections this year, M.F. Husain’s “Lightning” reminds us of the country’s tremendous political history.
Just a few years ago, A Quiet Passion was lauded for its portrayal of Dickinson. Now, Wild Nights with Emily offers a new take on the poet.
Revisiting the movies made by Black American filmmakers, which could only really be fully appreciated decades later.