This show is different from many of the previous at the 8th Floor gallery precisely because it is so intertwined with the theme of voices and their sounds.
Chto Delat’s most recent film-lecture, “Palace Square 100 Years After. Four Seasons of Zombie,” offers a fresh alternative to neoliberal academic approaches to the Red October centennial.
VENICE — As folks streamed into the dimmed theater and escaped the Venetian heat, I felt a sense of anticipation. Creative Time, which has been showcasing its support of socially engaged art practices for decades, made its way into the Venice Biennale’s central exhibition All the World’s Futures, organized by Okwui Enwezor.
It is always a thankless task to review a show against the backdrop of current political events.
Two more artists have joined Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency in withdrawing from the traveling iteration of Creative Time’s Living as Form exhibition curated by Nato Thompson, Hyperallergic has learned.
In a candid interview with the Germany’s Deutsche Welle last week, the Russian art historian Ekaterina Degot stated that freedom in Russia’s cultural sector is quickly diminishing.
The organizers of Manifesta continued to denounce calls for a relocation or boycott of the biennial at a press conference yesterday in London.
An artist collective called Chto Delat has announced its withdrawal from this year’s edition of Manifesta, scheduled to take open in St. Petersburg in June, amid growing controversy surrounding the policies of the Russian state, according to a statement posted on the group’s Facebook page.