Julie Mehretu discusses the evolution of her approach to abstraction, using marks and blurs to decentre ways of looking.
Nate Lewis' first show at Fridman Gallery, New York, includes graphite and ink drawings, video, and a score of sound pieces.
RoseLee Goldberg discusses the history of performance art and her ongoing support of artists in realising ambitious live performance work through the Performa Biennial, which is set to launch its eighth edition in New York on 1 November.
Bridging almost a century of Brazilian art, [Visions of Brazil: Reimagining Modernity from Tarsila to Sonia] at [Blum & Poe in New York] (30 April–22 June 2019), hosted in collaboration with
[Nari Ward] has witnessed his neighbourhood transform. Harlem, once neglected and teeming with creative energy but rampant with drugs, crime, and wreckage, has become home to organic groceries, hig
Kazakhstan has been inhabited since the Paleolithic period. Its etymology comes from kazakh, meaning 'wanderer', and stan, which in Persian means 'land'. And so the country—ninth largest in the w
In 1963, at the age of 19, Antonio Dias emerged as one of the leading artists in Brazil with confrontational paintings like Ahh! (1963), in which red and black cartoon figures appear to fuse togethe
[Catherine Sullivan]'s artistic practice crosses genres and histories of art, theatre, movement, and performance, with poetry, literature, sound and popular culture, taking the actor as medium in t
I start from this profoundly libertarian space, which says that all things are possible with images. But the moment and the conjunctions when they can circulate are circumscribed. There is freedom but there are also constraints, and one needs to recognise when the two are absolutely aligned to make something possible.
The great thing for me with fiction is that I'm less precious about what I say. It's not me. It's not my point of view.
Our work is not really operating in a fictional realm, but in a realm between actuality and virtuality—what is and what could be. We are always building upon sites of resistances that are already being activated.
Launched in partnership with the Mori Art Museum, M+ Hong Kong, and the Singapore Art Museum, the prize will go towards the creation of a new screen-based artwork.
Lindy Lee described her sculpture as 'a dance between something that is solid and something that is just drifting off into stardust.'
The 34th Bienal de São Paulo speculates on art's role in a challenging and uncertain present.
Hauser & Wirth rises to the challenge of presenting Philip Guston's last and most controversial decade of work.
At Ishara Art Foundation, curator Sabih Ahmed continues to position art in Asia 'through a prism of complex geographies'.
Paintings made for the album Kid A will be part of an online auction and in-person exhibition this October.
It is only in recent years that the artist's kaleidoscopic paintings have found an international following.
The announcement follows news last week that the gallery now represents Donald Judd and the Judd Foundation.
Made using the same technology found in mechanical billboards, the installation was revealed at the opening of the Battersea Power Station Underground today.
Similar events are taking place from Warsaw to Santiago this month in a global effort to reactivate the art world.
The exhibition aims to showcase outsiders and provocateurs in Australian contemporary art.
Made with silver and blue polypropylene, the project will be completed and revealed to the public on Saturday 18 September.
At Simon Lee Gallery in Hong Kong, Dexter Dalwood invites the viewer to consider what painting could be.
Monika Szewczyk, the director of de Appel in Amsterdam, discusses the importance of creating the conditions for deep study.
The talks programme, initiated by Saint Petersburg's Manege Central Exhibition Hall, will introduce ideas to help us rethink our relationship with the world today.
The Armory Show is an important New York art fair presenting leading international art galleries. Held in September at the Javits Center, view Ocula's highlights from the ground in this photolog.
Ho is taking over from Claire Hsu, who built the world's largest collection of materials related to Asian contemporary art.
The sale will include coveted works by Mark Rothko, Alberto Giacometti, Andy Warhol, and Cy Twombly.