Contemporary Art

Contemporary Art

Ways in Which Art Can Fight Climate Change

In the last few years people, especially the new generations, have raised their voices as they understood that there was not much time left to save...

Arianna Richetti 22 April 2022

Interview

The Colors of the Earth and Beyond: Artist Interview with Ulrike Arnold

Ulrike Arnold (b. 1950) is a contemporary German artist working with earth pigments that she gathers by hand. For the last 40 years, she has traveled...

Marga Patterson 22 April 2022

Contemporary Art

Boterismo in Art: Fernando Botero’s Chubby Paintings

Colombian artist, Fernando Botero, demonstrates how differently we can all view the same object. Although, Botero is known for creating...

Gabriela Hurtado 19 April 2022

African Art

Martin Senkubuge: Fighting the Stigma of Vitiligo

At first glance, Martin Senkubuge’s drawings look like actual photographs. The artist is the founder of Part of Us, a visual campaign aimed to...

Vithória Konzen Dill 11 April 2022

Review

The Marina Abramović Method: Instructions to Reboot Your Life

Marina Abramović is a pioneer of performance art. She is known across the globe for conceptual art practices that push human endurance and...

Candy Bedworth 11 April 2022

Contemporary Art

Pink Unicorns and Cowboys: Welcome to Will Cotton’s Own Wild West

New York-based artist Will Cotton is widely known for his distinctive iconography and style. Even those uninterested in art will recognize his candy...

Yasmin Ozkan 9 April 2022

Keith Haring, Untitled, April 1982, Acrylic on tarp. Courtesy of Rita Krauss and Phyllis Mack. © Keith Haring Foundation Review

Confrontation: Keith Haring and Pierre Alechinsky

To commemorate the 32nd anniversary of Keith Haring‘s death in 2022, NSU Art Museum, located in Downtown Fort Lauderdale just north of Miami,...

Caroline Galambosova 7 April 2022

Faith Ringgold, American People Series #20: Die, 1967. Review

American Icon – Faith Ringgold at the New Museum

Faith Ringgold is an artist, educator, storyteller, activist, mother, and the subject of a major retrospective at the New Museum in New York City.

Jennifer S. Musawwir 4 April 2022

Theater & Cinema

H. R. Giger: Father of the Alien, Nightmares, and All Things Obscure

H.R. Giger is the pioneer of Fantastic Realism. His artworks are iconic and define the very notion of sci-fi horror. His biomechanical dreamscapes...

Errika Gerakiti 4 April 2022

Bizarre

Weird & Bizarre: A Toilet as a Work of Art

A joke, a provocation, or an attempt to attract your attention? Maybe none of these or maybe all of them. Here are the three of the most renowned...

Caroline Galambosova 1 April 2022

Review

The Museum of the Future Opens in Dubai

The newly opened Museum of the Future in Dubai, which has recently caught a lot of attention, turns out to have been one of the most challenging...

Agnieszka Cichocka 31 March 2022

Installation Shelter by Nikita Kadan Ukraine Special

Between Revolution and War: Ukrainian Contemporary Political Art

The 2013 Revolution in Ukraine and the following traumatic events played a crucial role in the development of the country’s contemporary art.

Diana Sadretdinova 30 March 2022