Inas Halabi won the AM Qattan Foundation’s Young Artist of the Year Award for her video featuring different family members telling the story of her grandfather’s scar.
The exhibition looks beyond the horizon of defining an African identity, beyond the notion of authentically representing what this identity is supposed to be, as both local and foreign photographers have sought to do.
“Marrow” consists simply of O’Grady lip-synching to Anohni’s three-minute song of the same title against a black background.
From the street, The Glass Room may look like another boutique, but inside is an exhibit that makes visible the implications of corporate and government data collection.
In ektor garcia’s exhibition in Mexico City, sculptural assemblages that evoke altars, everyday tools, and sex toys blur conventional distinctions between types of artifacts.
This week, watch a play about Surrealist fistfights, hear a late masterwork from avant-garde composer Morton Feldman, attend a political sign-making workshop, and more.
An architecture firm visualizes four gilded pigs floating in the air to conceal Trump Tower Chicago’s 20-foot-tall TRUMP sign as a way to “provide visual relief to the citizens of Chicago.”
The second edition of the prize, organized by the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, explores ways to creatively tackle the challenge of climate change.
An exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt showcases creative solutions to preproduction by three designers based in Tokyo, Milan, and Los Angeles.
Deadline to apply for Fall 2017 admission to VCUarts highly ranked, graduate fine arts programs is January 15, 2017.
The former British Education Secretary thinks the new Turner Prize winner isn’t as great as the prize’s namesake.
A survey of the American artist’s work at Milan’s Fondazione Prada showcases her ability to manipulate not only racist iconography, but also personal symbols and autobiographic narratives.