An international art world that has called persistently for radical socioeconomic change is now faced with it.
But that’s not all. Reports now reveal that the museum’s February fashion fundraiser ball operated at a loss of over $137,000 on top of last year’s deficit of $7.4 million.
Hundreds of residents of Waterloo estate have installed colorful lights in their windows to call attention to government plans to raze and redevelop the area.
At the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Tatsuo Miyajima uses light to reflect on the transcendent, spiritual, and experiential aspects of time.
Other than having a name that sounds like it could be a gay bar in a seedy part of town, Sydney’s Cockatoo Island is going to be hosting the largest urban art festival in the southern hemisphere starting November 4 and continuing until to December 11.
BEIJING — I moved to China almost a year ago now, into a country where I knew no one and where even the internet was foreign. I pulled away from my main social circle geographically, but did what I could do stay connected via the internet and phone.
And yet, just as I turned to the internet for social connection, I also realized it was increasingly difficult to rely on my usual circles. Timezones, the Great Firewall and the weak internet connection in my neighborhood all made me realize that the utopian ideal of global connection was far from being achieved.