The Art Gallery of Ontario's latest group exhibition offers an expansive view of artistic expression in the Caribbean.
The fair aims to return in March, but backup dates in May were also announced.
The exhibition at Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol Museum will also feature dozens of baby polar bear sculptures covered in fluorescent plumage.
At the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Who's Afraid of Public Space? explores the viability of participatory public space today.
Alicja Kwade and Claudia Comte are among the 15 artists who will show in Saudi Arabia next month.
An exploration of erasure and oppression, Shilpa Gupta's art activates lived histories that amplify the conditions in which freedom is tested.
Ana Mazzei doesn't create works so much as she makes stages out of them.
Huang Hai Hsin's observations of the world find their way into paintings and illustrations of people getting on with their lives.
At STPI, Charles Lim Yi Yong exposes the invisible nuances and complexities of Singapore's relationship with its shores and territories.
Among the four shortlisted artists are a self-described alchemist and a 21st-century exponent of Op art.
The 160-metre-long Bridge is designed to allow floodwaters to flow beneath it, while the Art Museum is concealed inside a hill to protect against heat and wildfires.
A solo exhibition of works by the artist, a key member of South Korea's 1970s avant garde, opens at Pace Hong Kong today.
The artist's participation in documenta fifteen has also been suspended pending further investigation.
The artists were chosen for their insights into the exploitation of animals and the impacts of ubiquitous cameras and screens.
Stephanie Syjuco reflects on how her practice has evolved to focus on the lived implications of nationalism in America.
Alicja Kwade's first solo exhibition in Seoul at König and Pace Gallery explores human perceptions of time and space.
Miao Ying's first exhibition at the University of Toronto Art Museum renders a caricature of contemporary internet censorship technologies.
Curated by Philip Tinari, Saudi Arabia's first contemporary art biennale unfolds across six warehouses in the industrial JAX district.
Ocula Magazine presents a selection of must-see exhibitions during the 10 th edition of Singapore Art Week.