A nationalist message from the head of the country’s biggest contemporary art fair stands in stark contrast to limits of expression on other segments of the Turkish art world.
Postscript exudes a rare ease of accessibility, permitting viewers to linger and acknowledge the nuances of grief.
Sama for All, founded by Souad Nanaa, is a nonprofit that trains displaced people for employment in French museums and cultural organizations.
Ten Turkish artists follow daguerreotypist Frédéric Auguste Antoine Goupil-Fesquet’s 180-year-old journey through the Eastern Mediterranean.
Once artists leave Syria many find that international borders are closed to them as they try to build a professional and creative life in exile.
Though it occasionally stumbles, the first iteration of We Do Not Dream Alone signals a promising commitment to prolonged investment in art from the Asian diaspora in New York.
Jim Lommasson shows the human side of impersonal statistics with photographs of the personal belongings that immigrants brought with them.
In Agency, Gibson’s unequaled sequel to The Peripheral (2014), characters return from the future, virtually and with a vengeance.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Brooklyn Museum have chosen to decline funding from the Saudi Misk Institue, and Columbia University has put its event with the Institute on pause.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Morgan Bassichis, Kazuko Miyamoto, Frida Orupabo, and more.
This week, surrealist photography, the new anti-semitism, fighting the corporatization of Burning Man, the monotony of contemporary architecture, Lagos’s art scene, and more.
This week, the persistence of the non-modern, breaking up with the arts, photography and ethics, opera surprise, and more.