Far from empty wildernesses, the ancestral lands of the Sámi people in the European Arctic are ecologically diverse sites of culture, care, and collective endeavor.
Through a suitably unusual remastering process, the famed surreal artist/filmmaker’s last feature film to date can be experienced in a whole new way.
The Port of Long Beach Recordings is a soundtrack to the globe’s hunger for commodities, the ever-expanding growth of imported products, and the enormous system of infrastructure still insufficient to process it all.
The work of many of Nepal’s contemporary artists suggests that the distinctions between labels like ancient and modern, or foreign and Nepali, will blur if you shift your point of view.
After 2020’s virtual festival and 2021’s severely abridged edition, Art of the Real is back with a full slate of exciting experimental nonfiction.
“Kalli” means home in Nahuatl, and that theme guides much of the work by Adriana Carranza and Alfonso Aceves’s Kalli Arte Collective.
The vast majority of museums have a long way to go before we can truly say that they are welcoming for anyone and everyone to visit.
Though superhero movies are Hollywood’s biggest moneymakers, too often we forget their source material.
Themes of collective identity, preservation of memories, living in a time of disease, and communal healing and catharsis permeate works by 25 graduate students.
For the first time in three centuries the Belvedere Museum is displaying creations by artists who are not Austrian and have no connection to Austrian art.
While there’s room for debate about who is and is not a Karen, one critical component is the stench of entitlement and a pressing need to appeal to authority.
In creating Blackalachia and living in North Carolina, Sumney encourages creatives who find themselves struggling to define their art on their own terms.