Scrivere Disegnando is an exhibition of more than 300 works produced by 93 artists whose subject is imaginary language.
Canada and Impressionism closes an art-historical gap on the Canadian artists who made the journey to France — most of whom are little known or studied — and explores what happened when they went back home.
Greg de Cuir Jr. talks to Hyperallergic about curating a retrospective of Black film for the 2019 Locarno Film Festival.
The Centre Pompidou-Metz and Museum Tinguely have joined together to present a remarkably diverse and prolific two-part exhibition devoted to the German artist Rebecca Horn.
Applications are still open for EGS programs this August and October – MA, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Certificate, Certificate of Study, or Individual Seminars.
If some of Cahn’s images are unexpected or unsettling, it is because, quite simply, they are the expressions of a very self-aware woman’s unapologetic point of view.
A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women at the Museum Susch suggests that letting women be multivalent is a critical piece of letting women be seen.
Polish investor, art collector, and philanthropist Grażyna Kulczyk says the goal of Museum Susch is to platform “new voices and positions that are often left outside the canon of male-dominated art history.”
Shimmery, singing birds flit from perch to perch and a butterfly flaps its hand-painted, iridescent wings above an animated fountain on a three-tune musical automaton birdcage clock by Bautte & Moynier.
On August 21, the world’s first official, naked public performance art festival will occur in the streets of Biel, Switzerland, featuring projects from 18 international artists.
Most people view Switzerland as the birthplace of nifty pocket knives, cheese with holes, expensive skiing, and Dadaism. But it also gave us the legendary modern furniture company Vitra, as many of the most enthusiastic and/or pretentious of design lovers know.