Radhika Khimji joins curator and art historian Reem Fadda to discuss her work's exploration of the body as a fluid and transitory space.
Over 150 of the artist's works now fill hangars 2 and 3 of Berlin's Tempelhof Airport.
The new fair shoulders out FIAC, which has taken place at the Grand Palais since 1975.
The recipients of the Chicago-based funding organisation's largesse come from ten creative disciplines, including visual art, traditional arts, craft, film, and media.
Taking place over three weeks, the 6 th edition of the festival will focus on the pursuit of new perspectives and states of mind. Audiences are invited to uncover new ways of seeing, thinking and being as they engage with fresh perspectives about the world we live in.
The longest-running and most closely watched survey of American art returns in March.
Four Korean artists transgress spatial and temporal limits at G Gallery in Seoul.
Inside-Out Art Museum's current group exhibition in Beijing asks: is there reason to retain faith in perilous times?
The Thailand Biennale's second edition has moved to Korat, the capital city of Nakhon Ratchasima Province in the landlocked region of Isan.
Candice Lin's installations arrange materials and substances into activated sequences that draw out the cartographies behind macro-narratives.
The artist hand-picked works for the exhibition in the months before his own death in July last year.
The infrared telescope has just reached its orbit behind the moon, 1.5 million kilometres from Denver, where Najjar photographed its mirrors in 2012.
Having initially aimed to return in March, the fair will now be taking place in May.
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.
At STPI, Charles Lim Yi Yong exposes the invisible nuances and complexities of Singapore's relationship with its shores and territories.
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.