The London-based moving image artist considers the costs of youthful assimilation.
The 2021 Festival focuses on public installations across the city for artists to meaningfully engage with audieces while examining critical issues.
In an ongoing series of Lego-made sculptures, Ekow Nimako imagines the legacies of past sub-Saharan civilizations into the distant future.
Inspired by children’s drawings, Hungarian folklore, and medieval legends, Torma’s playful, hand-sewn worlds are engrossing.
Highlights included Ephraim Asili’s striking debut feature The Inheritance and Nicolás Pereda’s Fauna, an inventive story within a story.
Highlights to catch at its first virtual edition include Spike Lee’s David Byrne documentary, a strong slate of Indigenous-led films, and a look at the FBI’s efforts to defame Martin Luther King Jr.
Screening as part of Images Festival, Ayo Akingbade’s trilogy No News Today offers an incisive glimpse at the British Nigerian filmmaker’s hometown.
Nestled on the second floor of a Coptic Orthodox church, the museum’s small but mighty roots in its community have made waves despite its modest reputation.
In The Shoreline Dilemma curators Candice Hopkins and Tairone Bastien offer a consideration of “climate” that spans the tangible environment to the social. Here are some highlights to catch before the Biennial closes on December 1.
In a sprawling new photography exhibition at the Ryerson Image Center, the joy of self-definition offers its own form of resistance.
The festival’s vaunted Wavelengths section features films about different concepts of performance.
This year, the world’s biggest film festival is bringing a new documentary on Merce Cunningham, an adaptation of the art heist novel The Goldfinch, Agnès Varda’s final movie, and so much more.