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26 Jan. 2023
A group of researchers from the University of Nottingham and University of Bradford using facial recognition technology to inspect a canvas known as the de Brécy Tondo discovered that the faces in the
26 Jan. 2023
Rising multidisciplinary artist Kapwani Kiwanga will represent Canada at the Sixtieth Venice Biennale, to take place April 20–November 24, 2024. Kiwanga is the first Black woman to receive a solo
26 Jan. 2023
In 2015, Apparatus 22 embarked on the “Suprainfinit utopian universe,” a conceptual framework named after the gallery that hosted the collective. Their latest exhibition, “Of Pleasure: The Learnings
25 Jan. 2023
Kathy Halbreich announced today that she will depart in May as executive director of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, which she has led since 2017. Halbreich arrived to the organization after nearly
25 Jan. 2023
Photographer Roe Ethridge and psychoanalyst Jamieson Webster discuss hysteria and mysticism, desire and repulsion, Florida and the American unconscious for the January episode of Artists on Writers |
24 Jan. 2023
The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has announced Asma Naeem as its next director, effective February 1. Naeem is the first person of color to lead the institution since its founding in 1914. She steps
24 Jan. 2023
Descendants of a Jewish family that fled Nazi Germany have launched a suit against New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, demanding the return of a $200 million Picasso painting. Heirs of Karl Adler
24 Jan. 2023
In the first episode of Star Trek: Voyager (1995–2001), Captain Janeway and her crew get pulled through a wormhole and end up in the far reaches of outer space (I think it was going to take them about
24 Jan. 2023
I have these intervals throughout the day while drawing or working on a difficult puzzle where I find I need to sing at the top of my lungs, sound out instruments with (fictional) precision, and punctuate
24 Jan. 2023
I am not a musician. And although I can’t read music, I love many kinds, especially the difficult, vanishing, ethereal variety (except when I want to dance). As a thinker, I’ve always been grateful for
24 Jan. 2023
There are many drawings or series of drawings to which I could dedicate my days; drawings with which I want to share a light-filled space, where I can sit with my tools—my pens, my paper, my laptop, my
24 Jan. 2023
I wish I could get Haitian electronic-music composer and turntablist Val Jeanty to DJ my life. She would pull from my surroundings all the strange, the spiritual, the dense glowing dark, and the bright
24 Jan. 2023
I love songs that are like architectures, full of strange rooms that open and close with your breathing. You find this piece in the middle of your day, the slow expanse of 3 PM, when something is pushing
24 Jan. 2023
In November 2019, my love and I traveled from Berlin to Zurich, then from Zurich to Susch to visit the Emma Kunz show, a version of which we’d seen at London’s Serpentine Galleries the previous summer.
24 Jan. 2023
The only thing I probably love more than encountering a visual or language-based work so powerful that it reshapes me on a cellular level is reading a reflective text on how that work came to be, or
24 Jan. 2023
I have never visited this book-and-natural-wine shop, but I am in love with its concept. It is described on its website as a “place for readers, natural wine lovers, and folks who are interested in
24 Jan. 2023
“I have decided instead to do the whole dance in public. To show my body moving through some positions. I am not doing this to overwrite the blank. It’s still there, around and between the gestures.”
24 Jan. 2023
British Ghanaian filmmaker and artist John Akomfrah has been selected to represent Britain at the Sixtieth Venice Biennale, to take place April 20–November 24, 2024. Akomfrah, who was knighted this past
24 Jan. 2023
“REFASHIONING” at the Japan Society in New York brings together two emerging fashion labels—Tokyo’s Wataru Tominaga and downtown Manhattan’s CFGNY—as Asian American cultural politics arrive at a
24 Jan. 2023
“The Island of the Day Before” is the first survey in Austria of Vadim Fishkin, the artist who, for the 1996 installation Lighthouse, live-transmitted his vital signs to a beacon positioned on top of
24 Jan. 2023
In the January episode of Under the Cover, Tania Candiani talks to Artforum editor in chief David Velasco about her portraits of women protestors from around the world, working in community, and
23 Jan. 2023
Anthony Huberman has been appointed executive director of the John Giorno Foundation, the New York–based organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of work by the eponymous American artist,
23 Jan. 2023
Iraqi American artist Michael Rakowitz has promised to donate a large-scale work to London’s Tate Modern if the British Museum returns an Assyrian artifact to Iraq. Rakowitz has tendered his 2018
23 Jan. 2023
Nguyễn Quốc Dũng’s oil-on-canvas paintings record the intricate mesh of quotidian intimacies among the people who dwell on the margins of Ho Chi Minh City. The artist provokes subtle confrontations by
23 Jan. 2023
Bonolo Kavula decided early in her career what she did not want her art practice to be about: the political burden of being a Black woman in South Africa. Born in 1992, the artist found that most of
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