Each symbol in Tanavoli’s Poets, Locks, Cages at the Vancouver Art Gallery holds a special meaning in Sufism, which has inspired his work.
Allegations questioning the ancestry of Gina Adams, who describes herself as a descendant of the White Earth Nation, first appeared on an anonymous Twitter account.
Inspired by her foremothers’ recycling of materials, Jan Wade creates altarpieces, shrines, and memory jugs out of found objects.
Shawky brings into dialogue real and imagined histories of the Arab world in provocative retellings that pose timely questions about truth and fabulation. On view until January 12, 2020.
“Space Venus,” a $2.8 million sculpture by the famous surrealist, was found missing its shiny egg on Sunday morning. The theft might bring an end to an annual public art project dedicated to Dali’s sculptures.
The unionized workers, who have been without a contract since 2017, say the gallery privileges upper management at the expense of other employees.
a Handful of Dust: from the Cosmic to the Domestic examines dust and debris as an indicator of time, action and consequence.
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The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia has received an anonymous donation of First Nations art and artifacts worth $7 million, a major return of indigenous heritage to the area.
New Yorkers are camping out in the financial district, Los Angelenos are pitching tents near City Hall and Bostonians are in the weird zone between Beacon Hill and government buildings called Dewey Square, but leave it to the West Coast Canucks to show the rest of the world how to do it.