British artists Anish Kapoor, Lubaina Himid, and Michael Landy are offering prints to help keep the country’s museums afloat during the pandemic as part of an Art Fund initiative.
The police found Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” sculpture at the city’s Millennium Park covered in graffiti.
Does an artist have the right to withhold their work when they don’t agree with the political message?
The artist claims that the gun advocacy group is committing copyright infringement by using an image of his sculpture in a video without his permission.
“I think much more than ‘Cloud Gate,’ ‘Cloud Column’ is meant specifically to capture the heavens and bring them down to earth,” MFAH’s director, Gary Tinterow, told Hyperallergic.
Everything at Once, a vast group exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of Lisson Gallery, strings together an eclectic array of strong but thematically disparate works.
A new meme has people creating Facebook events to render peculiar tributes to Chicago’s iconic “Cloud Gate” sculpture.
MEXICO CITY — Two artists who couldn’t be more opposite — blue-chip celebrity superstar Anish Kapoor and the Cuban magician of minimalism Wilfredo Prieto — have solo shows currently on view in two of Mexico’s most distinguished contemporary art spaces.
LONDON — Much of the Brexit debate has focused on questions of economy, immigration, and security, which will be most impacted by the decision. But little has been said of the arts — one of the most multicultural industries in Britain today.
In a small, über-blue chip stretch of 21st Street in Chelsea, three adjacent galleries are concurrently running exhibitions that feature a series of monumental art pieces that move between refined, processed, man-made materiality to earthen structures, and plant life that grows from the soil.
Anish Kapoor now owns the exclusive rights to the world’s darkest material — a claim that, naturally, is pissing off other artists.
NEW DELHI — On October 27 the Indian news site Scroll published a letter signed by over 300 artists that expresses support for the more than 40 writers who have returned their state awards over the past month as a form of protest against the increasingly intolerant environment in India for minorities and cultural producers.