Most eye miniatures were exchanged between lovers, though they were also given to close friends and family members.
In the Blactiquing Space, curator and collector Kevin Jones presents deeply fraught objects with emotion, connection, and care.
Scholars have called it “the most important rock art site in North America” on account of 290 prehistoric glyphs adorning its walls.
The Met Gala moved forward last night with the laughably dystopian theme of “American Independence.”
Both The Lost Leonardo and Savior for Sale dig into how museums and galleries are not merely complicit with the unregulated art-industrial complex, but are necessary to it.
From bread sculptures to fabric galore, the pent up energy of the pandemic was overflowing at this grassroots art fair that continues to wow.
Adams finds beauty in the earth and nature through layers of complication, chaos, and everyday labor.
This group show proposes fresh paradigms of land ownership and art making in contrast to the rugged individualism of much early Land Art.
Like a creeping scent, Sean Raspet’s exhibition works its way through the viewer’s psyche almost imperceptibly.
A carefully curated exhibition at ICA London lays bare the insidious nature of the subjugation of Black people in Britain.
The question is, what is being hacked?
Your useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest this week.