How interesting that William Kentridge envisioned the cage as the equivalent of a piece of luggage or a goat, something that we cannot leave behind.
Part II of a report on the 2018 Spring Exhibitions in Sharjah and the March Meeting.
AfriCOBRA, the Chicago-based art collective that helped develop the Black arts movement, celebrates its 50th anniversary in a new retrospective.
The street artist posted a frank conversation he had with a friend on Instagram, expressing his frustration with museums and galleries exhibiting his work in an unauthorized manner.
A Cuban decree seeks to censor artists to an unprecedented level, essentially regulating any and all artistic and cultural activity in the country.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s own Christine Y. Kim and Rita Gonzalez are co-curators at this year’s Gwangju Biennale, Asia’s oldest contemporary art biennial.
The historic Uffizi Gallery in Florence partnered with Indiana University informatics and art history students and faculty to undertake the five-year project.
Toledo’s Promenade Park will be transformed by dynamic interactive art projects, art exhibitions and performances, innovative music across a spectrum of genres, and a Mini Maker Faire.
Michaelina Wautier’s artistic talent was on par with that of her famous male contemporaries, like Rubens and Van Dyck. The first-ever retrospective of her work offers long overdue recognition.
Part I of two reports from the 2018 Spring Exhibitions and the March Meeting in Sharjah.
For his new zine, Travis Millard redrew his childhood sketchbook.
Ryoji Ikeda’s overwhelming sound and video installations, exhibited at Centre Pompidou, evoke the totalitarian grip that Big Data holds on our daily lives.