Thirty-two Asian American and Pacific Island artists have been nominated for the inaugural prize.
Rising star Derek Fordjour discusses his latest solo exhibition at Pond Society in Shanghai.
Rachel Rose reflects on the ideas and concerns around magic and capitalism that drive her work
Eight art workers speak to Ocula Magazine about the rise of anti-Asian sentiment, the Asian art community's efforts to address racism, and what art media can do better.
Tiffany Sia on her attempt to capture the 'disappearing urgency' of Hong Kong's present.
Salman Toor's imagined scenes depicting young, queer Brown men are on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art for the artist's first solo museum show.
Interest in the website rose sharply as museums and galleries around the world closed their doors.
The Armory Show returns with a flourishing programme, complemented by stand-out shows across Ne.
The 2019 Whitney Biennial, is driven by a collective sentiment of sociopolitical consciousness, writes Banyi Huang in this reflection on the 79th instalment of the longest-running survey of American art.
The Armory Show opens to the public on 7 March (running to 10 March 2019)—just about a week after the fair relocated a portion of its 194 exhibitors due to structural issues found in Pier 92, forcing its sister fair Volta to cancel its 2019 show so that Armory could occupy its Pier 90 venue. Despite the upheaval, New York 's art week is...
With a host of exhibitions to choose from, this Ocula Lowdown highlights some of the best gallery and museum shows to see in New York this fall.