The Guggenheim’s current exhibition, No Country, challenges conceptions of modern Asian art.
An artist catalogs usage of a versatile Egyptian swear.
The multiform artist creates mixed-material worlds from ceramics, drawing, and photography.
A long-lived artists’ squat in Paris’s Twentieth Arrondissement on the eve of eviction.
Life in a Chinese artists’ colony through the eyes of the local taxi driver
Amitava Kumar and Teju Cole collaborate on an ekphrastic project exploring how Cole’s paired images intersect with the works of artists ranging from Sontag to Singh.
According to Cornish, the pool, an infinity pool, would be able to recreate the event of Africa sinking into the sea.
The Mary Ryan Gallery features the work of artist and radical Hugo Gellert.
Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection
A cartoon history of End Times that weren’t.
(re:)FORM Art founder Anna Harrah talks with us about collaboration, apocalypse, and self-fulfilling prophesies.
An outsider works to restore an abandoned chateau in historic Burgundy.
The poet C.D. Wright discusses book-length works, the political in art, and more.
Returning to Spain, a journalist and critic maps responses to the economic crisis and its historical points of origin.