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Nothing Ever Just Disappears: A Queer Sense of Place

How does the place where art was created impact the work itself? And, in turn, can art influence how we view those very places? Diarmuid Hester...

Jenna Burns 9 May 2024

Review

The Other Side: Women, Art And Spirituality

The Other Side: A Story of Women in Art and the Spirit World is a deep-dive into the world of extraordinary artists translating feeling into form,...

Candy Bedworth 9 May 2024

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Icelandic Artist Hallgrímur Helgason—Group Portrait of the Self

The Icelandic artist and author Hallgrímur Helgason is well known and loved worldwide. Now he is showing his latest paintings in Copenhagen. The...

Theresa Kohlbeck Jakobsen 29 April 2024

Contemporary Art

10 Must-Visit Pavilions at the 2024 Venice Biennale

The Venice Biennale is one of the most prestigious art events globally. Here are our top 10 national pavilions to visit for the 2024...

Carlotta Mazzoli 29 April 2024

Review

Mothers of Invention: The Feminist Roots of Contemporary Art – Book Review

The book Mothers of Invention: The Feminist Roots of Contemporary Art comprises an innovative collection of essays by four different authors. Each...

Kaena Daeppen 29 April 2024

Contemporary Art

Vitamin Txt: When Art Meets Text

The latest volume in the acclaimed Vitamin series, Vitamin Txt: Words in Contemporary Art, is a global survey of today’s most innovative artists...

Carlotta Mazzoli 25 April 2024

Nona Faustine, ‘Dorothy Angola, Stay Free, In Land Of The Blacks’, Minetta Lane, Village, NYC, 2021, from White Shoes (MACK, 2021). Courtesy the artist and MACK. Review

In Their Shoes: Nona Faustine’s White Shoes Now at the Brooklyn Museum

White Shoes (2021) is a complete series of photographs presenting a decade-long project of Brooklyn-based artist Nona Faustine. This beautifully...

Jennifer S. Musawwir 22 April 2024

House in Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, Arbol, 2019. Image credit: Photo © Yasunori Shimomura (pages 38-39) Asian Art

Japanese Interiors: An Ode to Exterior Within Interior

In an essay included in his book Design as Art, published in 1966, artist and designer Bruno Munari lauded the simplicity, luminosity, and...

Ania Kaczynska 15 April 2024

Review

Yoko Ono at Tate Modern: A Trailblazer of Conceptual and Participatory Art

Music of the Mind, on view at the Tate Modern in London until the 1st of September, is a celebratory career retrospective of the work of Yoko Ono.

Guest Profile 15 April 2024

Guerrilla Girls, Benvenuti alla biennale femminista!, 2005, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, USA. Women Artists

Guerrilla Girls – The Feminist Conscience of the Art World

Here’s a look at the Guerrilla Girls’ feminist interventions that have kept the art world on its toes in honor of their most recent publication.

Jennifer S. Musawwir 12 April 2024

Review

Rebel, Rebel: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

If I asked for your top 10 political artists, does Claude Cahun spring to mind? Marcel Moore? No, I guessed as much. But these two art activists had...

Candy Bedworth 12 April 2024

Susie M. Barstow, Mountain Lake in Autumn, 1873, private collection via Thomas Cole National Historic Site Review

Susie Barstow’s First-Ever Biography: This Is Her Moment

During her lifetime, the American landscape artist Susie Barstow (1836-1923) was nationally renowned and commercially successful. So why don’t...

Emily Snow 5 April 2024