A meticulous blend of fact and fiction, this film surveys the overlooked fringe of Brazilian society under President Bolsonaro.
Who’s Getting Rich Off of Kids Getting Killed?
Todd Chandler’s documentary Bulletproof looks at the many people monetizing the societal rot of school shootings.
Charting Black Resistance in the UK Since the 1940s
A carefully curated exhibition at ICA London lays bare the insidious nature of the subjugation of Black people in Britain.
In London, Mounting 50 Shows in 50 Weeks (Again)
LONDON — In 2000 Mark Francis and Jay Jopling curated an experimental exhibition project with a simple formula: one exhibition per week for 50 weeks.
London Goes (Back to) Pop
LONDON — Pop Art was born in the UK, not in the US. We all probably know that, even if we tend to forget it, dazzled by decades spent worshipping Andy Warhol.
An Extensive Roundup of Haitian Art in Jeopardy, London ICA’s Budget Crisis
… Florida’s Dail Museum needs money to complete its new building … a woman fell into a Rose Period Picasso last Friday at the Met and ignited some of the funniest blog comments I’ve ever read on a New York Times blog (don’t worry, both the woman & the Picasso will be fine) … Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario receives its biggest contemporary art donation ever … and a list of all the biennials you can look forward to in 2010.