A member of the queer collective Grupo Chaclacayo, his transformational performances were a cry for gender equality and political freedom in Peru.
A visitor to the Gemäldegalerie today noticed “a leaky ceiling” and one of the Dutch painter’s canvases protected by a plastic sheet.
In Berlin, where many artists settled after the protests that shook Turkey a decade ago, an exhibition grapples with the political repression and exile that followed.
The poetic history of melons, odes to Arabic calligraphy, and a dystopian badminton court were among the highlights across 55 galleries.
Can anyone truly heal from a traumatic experience?
Herzog and de Meuron’s design for the Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin has been accused of poor energy efficiency and called a “structural nightmare.”
The stories of the Red Orchestra show the power of joy, creativity, and love in the fight against the compliance, fear, and silence upon which fascism still depends.
“Our bodies are not that cheap,” said one Iraqi artist who signed an open letter to the biennale’s curators.
The Ethnological Museum and Museum of Asian Art were not included in the Forum’s grand inauguration in July, but instead, quietly opened in September.
A recent discovery marks the earliest known evidence of the production of animal-based clothing.
Two museums, one in Berlin, Maryland, and another in Aberdeen, Washington, are both self-funded women-led projects.
The Humboldt Forum thinks it can genuinely pursue and cultivate “peaceful dialogue between cultures” from a position of global power. I’m not so sure.