In video footage captured by his friend, Amr Alfiky loudly and clearly repeats that he is a journalist and offers to show his press credentials while a group of police push him against a car and handcuff him.
Deutsche Bank, notorious for Trump ties, is under increased scrutiny after federal investigations into potential money-laundering lapses. But its art world involvement is mostly relegated to footnotes or brief mentions.
In the medical field, “empathy fatigue” is used to describe a state of exhaustion when compassion towards patients becomes tiring. Applying this term to its latest exhibition, Andrew Rafacz has brought together seven artists whose works investigate empathy on a global scale.
In Sundance favorite Zola, Janicza Bravo and co-writer Jeremy O. Harris bring to life the true story of a wild trip to Tampa.
As leftist politics integrate into the mainstream, artists spread the word and agitate for change.
In this exhibition, radical Victorian artists and designers question industrialization and strive to create a more beautiful, ethical world. On view through May 10.
Also, a donation agreement between Spain and Cuban collector Ella Fontanals-Cisneros went sour, Art Basel Hong Kong was canceled, and more.
Among other benefits, fellows will work with a Sundance Institute alumni mentor and attend the 2021 Sundance festival with all expenses paid.
The exhibition, curated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, is on view through May 16, 2020. Admission is free.
With venues shuttered in the wake of the COVID-19 “coronavirus” outbreak, China’s indie musicians are live-streaming shows and organizing “bedroom” festivals.
For years, artist Serkan Taycan has documented a nearly 40-mile route through the outskirts of Istanbul, which traverses rarely seen landscapes. He facilitates walks through the area, now at risk due to a proposed shipping canal.