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The Displaced by Rodrigo Ribera d’Ebre – Book Review

Rodrigo Ribera d'Ebre is force to be reckoned with. Writer, director and social commentator, he has recently written a novel set in his native Los Angeles. 'The Displaced' is certain to create debate.

Candy Bedworth 8 August 2022

Review

British Drawings at The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California has curated the 100 Great British Drawings exhibit at the MaryLou...

Maya M. Tola 4 August 2022

Review

Stéphane Mandelbaum Exhibition in Frankfurt

Until October 30, 2022, the Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Stéphane Mandelbaum (1961–1986). During...

Tommy Thiange 18 July 2022

Philip Guston, Riding Around, 1969, Private collection. Review

Philip Guston Now – A Controversial Exhibition

In May 2022 the long-awaited exhibition on Philip Guston titled Philip Guston Now finally opened at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The show was...

Jimena Escoto 18 July 2022

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Donatello: The Real Father of the Renaissance

If someone would ask a regular passerby about the artists of the Italian Renaissance, we would probably hear the names of Leonardo da Vinci and...

Zuzanna Stańska 16 July 2022

Contemporary Art

Milena ZeVu’s ArtWalks – A Retrospective

Belgrade-born artist Milena ZeVu has long established an international career for herself. Marking her 20th anniversary in the art world, the...

Carlotta Mazzoli 7 July 2022

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Book Review: Frida Kahlo’s Unimaginable Life

Fridamania is contagious. Reading the Frida Kahlo book written by Hettie Judah almost drags us to the brink of melancholic stroke despite being armed...

Urvi Chheda 6 July 2022

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Vivian Maier: The Self-Portrait and Its Double in Brussels

For the first time in Belgium, Bozar presents an exhibition on the work of Vivian Maier. Unknown in her lifetime, she is now recognized as one of the...

Tommy Thiange 23 June 2022

Contemporary Art

Anselm Kiefer’s Burning Writings in Doge’s Palace in Venice

Apart from the Biennale that is taking place in the Venetian Giardini at the moment, Venice never ceases to offer stunning exhibition spaces for...

Magda Michalska 20 June 2022

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Book Review: A History of the World (In Dingbats)

A History of the World (In Dingbats), David Byrne’s new book of illustrations, is a charming and hopeful look at the past, present, and possible...

Louisa Mahoney 20 June 2022

Photo by the author featuring three woodcuts by Salvador Dalí, Art Safari 2022, Bucharest, Romania. Review

Le Tricorne: Picasso, Dalí and Falla at Art Safari 2022

Are you a fan of ballet? If so, this year Art Safari in Bucharest, Romania is hosting the long-awaited show Le Tricorne: Picasso, Dalí & Falla...

Ruxi Rusu 13 June 2022

Installation view of Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It's Kept (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, April 6-September 5, 2022). From left to right: Veronica Ryan, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, 2022; Awilda Sterling-Duprey, . . . blindfolded, 2020–; Duane Linklater, a selection from the series mistranslate_wolftreeriver_ininîmowinîhk and wintercount_215_kisepîsim, 2022. Photograph by Ron Amstutz Review

Secrets Revealed at the Whitney Biennial

The return of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Biennial exhibition marked the opening of the New York spring art season. Quiet As It’s Kept,...

Jennifer S. Musawwir 30 May 2022