Condorelli considers how our modes of seeing and reproducing images and environments might develop, questioning how we see — and how we might see differently.
A portrait of the bearded Dutch master was found under cardboard backing and glue on the reverse side of the 1885 work “Head of a Peasant Woman.”
“Our guiding principle is to make things that don’t get old and thrown away,” says Sudō Reiko.
Christine Borland looks at one of the oldest known forms of fabric in the world.
Heritage on the Edge, a collaboration between Google and UNESCO, highlights the ways that climate change threatens five existing heritage sites, including Rapa Nui, Easter Island, and Edinburgh.
The gallery follows in the footsteps of Tate, the National Theatre, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
“Gateway,” an interactive installation by Joana Vasconcelos, breaks down the boundaries between art and architecture, and makes both accessible.
EDINBURGH — “Scotland is a canny nation when it comes to remembering and forgetting,” wrote the poet Jackie Kay.