While painting on canvas often slows life right down, paper works were frequently the stuff of sketchbooks, not necessarily labored over in some studio.
The work on gender and ecology in RE/SISTERS at the Barbican suggests that it is time to re-examine and re-engage with ecofeminism.
The Antiguan artist left behind 6,000 paintings and drawings, 600 sculptures, 2,000 photographs, and 50,000 pages of writings.
Dozens of artists and cultural workers gathered in the museum’s Turbine Hall to show their solidarity with the Palestinian community.
All of the works in Material as Message ask us how we come to remember, through materials that suit the memories they’re trying to preserve.
From Louise Bourgeois in 2000 to El Anatsui in 2023, countless artists have wrestled with the London exhibition space’s (im)possibilities.
Is the Royal Academy’s Marina Abramović retrospective spirituality or its monetization? You toss the coin.
In a statement to Hyperallergic after Lisson Gallery nixed his show, the artist warned of “soft violence aimed at stifling voices” on the topic of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Her posthumous exhibition Aye! makes space for gaps in understanding and sonic vibrations to cultivate cosmic wonder.
In Kitaj’s work, the whole is an extravagant layering of several images into one.
He contributed to his own obscurity by portraying his sitters and characters with humor and smiles, rather than aloof nobility.
To enter Rego’s paintings of the 1980s is to step into a tumbling, chaotic world of animals living out modern human life.