You can now take a picture of the famous work at Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía, but don’t even think about using a selfie stick.
In an open letter, European institutional leaders defend Manuel Borja-Villel, who has faced right-wing attacks for his progressive programming.
Carlos Bunga’s architectural installation in the Reina Sofía’s Crystal Palace creates the facade of stability and strength yet is actually ephemeral and even fragile.
Petrit Halilaj’s To a raven and hurricanes is at its most successful in liminal gestures that emphasize sensation over the display of identities.
Unlike its Western iteration, Dadaism in early twentieth century Russia was closely allied to political revolution.
A recent exhibition of this art historical figure at the Reina Sofia is amplified by a visit to where she worked.
Overshadowed in her lifetime by her famous husband, Max Ernst, the American painter gets a major retrospective in Madrid.
Camnitzer’s retrospective at the Museo Reina Sofía surveys his ironic, bluntly critical work since the 1960s.
Two years of comprehensive research by the Reina Sofia have yielded a huge amount of material related to the legendary painting and the cultural responses it’s generated over time.