Figgis’s musings on bourgeois decadence feel particularly canny in a time of widespread inequality.
Playful and satiric, Thank You For The Nice Fire never takes itself too seriously.
In ALEXANDRIA, bright stripes and zigzags pop against sprawling environments, telegraphing both impressive depth and intense seclusion.
Thirty-seven years after the original exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Arts, A New Spirit Then, A New Spirit Now proves painting is still a boys’ club.
Revisiting a painting show that “changed the art world, for better or worse.”
For all the scholarly expertise employed, an exhibition at Almine Rech Gallery comes off as an exasperating magical negro narrative.
Frieze New York opens its doors to the public today, but already during yesterday’s press and VIP preview the aisles were crowded, the common areas and restaurants filled with worn-out fairgoers, and it seemed as if the only empty seats were sculptures.