No Strange Fruit
Cargo and the banana passport
Nicolas Karakatsanis: DISGRACERS
Solo exhibition, until 6th of May, at Alice Gallery, Brussels.
Brazilian art fair Sp-Arte kicks off its 14th edition
In a climate of a growing global art market, fairs that are locally anchored are according to some sources most likely to survive.
Retail giants creating art foundations being a familiar development of the late 20th century, any enterprise jumping on the bandwagon needs to think of an imaginative way to do things a little differently.
Learning from Havana
Carlos Garaicoa and the canvas of the city
The Canny Uncanny
Carlo Lorenzetti takes theory in hand
thirTEA for ONE
A tea installation by Shaakira Jassat
Reflections of a Digital Hippie
Galit Ariel and the technology of human experience
Jung Lee: dwelling with neon light
The world discovered her images of neon phrases in desolate landscapes through social media.
A Black Glittering Primal Howl
Rick Owens: Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman
THIS IS NOT A COMEBACK!
D.D. Trans talks exhibitions, experiences and expectations
While We Wait with Studio AAU ANASTAS
Black and White Nevelson
Louise Nevelson (Ukraine 1899 - New York 1988) is back in New York City with a wonderful show that brings her home to Pace Gallery. One of the most important American sculptors of the 20th century, she somehow fell off the radar after her d ...
Progress and the Pilgrim
Ahmed Mater’s Mecca
Shine bright like a diamond
With more than 300 crystals, the Met-Chandelier resembles the satellite Sputnik or a “starburst.”