Creating art, once regarded as an economically challenging profession, is now a sustainable career choice thanks to social media, according to Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi.
#callresponse is an artistic and curatorial collaboration led by Indigenous women, structured as a connective support system that moves between specificity of Indigenous nations, site, online space and the gallery. This exhibition features commissioned artworks by five Indigenous […]
Clarity Haynes, “Janie” (2014), oil on linen, 62″ x 58″ (image courtesy the artist) I’m a queer feminist artist, and my work is regularly censored online. Until recently, this had been something I accepted and […]
Posters outside the Doty Fine Arts Building at the University of Texas at Austin (photo by and courtesy Abigail Sharp) Public libraries are experiencing a surge in use that few could have predicted even a […]
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Dennis Chen, country head and head of wealth management, UBS Taiwan, and Magnus Renfrew, cofounder and director of Taipei Dangdai. COURTESY TAIPEI DANGDAI Since being acquired by Art Basel seven years ago, Art HK (now […]
Written by Krithika Varagur, CNNJakarta There’s a Jakarta shopping mall called Gandaria City that houses sculptures by Yayoi Kusama, Lucian Freud and Fernando Botero. The strength of this “collection” encapsulates how, for a long time, […]
Barbara Chase-Riboud with “Malcolm X #1” at the exhibition 7 américains de Paris at Galerie Air France in New York City (April–May 1969) (all photos courtesy Michael Rosenfeld gallery, unless otherwise noted) Michael Rosenfeld Gallery […]