The first sensation visitors to Anima at the Invisible Dog in Brooklyn experience is disorientation, as they walk through a dark tunnel made from scraps of wood that seem pulled together by a vortex.
The Terracotta Daughters travelled across China, Europe, and America, and, earlier this week, they returned to their motherland for burial, to be untouched and underground for the next 15 years.
Something is amiss and slightly menacing in one of Manhattan’s numerous Chinatown massage parlors.
PARIS — One of the newest cultural centers in Paris took over a cavernous funeral factory in 2008. Now established, it’s still striving to bring contemporary practice into the city’s art dialogue.
French artist Prune Nourry is exploring this issue of gender selection in China by riffing off of one of its most iconic heritage sites: the Terracotta Warriors.
There are just a few days left to be immersed in the world of bioethics and cow-headed goddesses created by French artist Prune Nourry at the Invisible Dog Art Center, and the experience is something not to be missed.