With Beast Type Song at Tate Britain, a solo opening at Julia Stoschek Collection in March, and a Serpentine commission launching summer 2020, Sophia Al-Maria talks literature, screenwriting, and poetry.
Zac Langdon-Pole discusses his project realised through the BMW Art Journey prize, which departed from the migratory flight lines of birds to explore imperialism's lasting presence.
Ima-Abasi Okon's current solo exhibition at East London's Chisenhale Gallery is epically titled Infinite Slippage: nonRepugnant Insolvencies T!-a!-r!-r!-y!-i!-n!-g! as Hand Claps of M's Hard'Loved'Flesh [I'M irreducibly-undone because]—Quantum Leanage-Complex-Dub (28 June–1 September 2019). In the show, the anaemic and characterless...
When the London -born artist Thomas J Price graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Chelsea College of Arts in 2004, the school's college art prize was by no means his most notable accomplishment as an emerging artist. In 2001, Price presented his much-talked-about work Licked, a daring performance, later profiled on the BBC 4 television...
Renee So 's first institutional solo exhibition in Europe, Bellarmines and Bootlegs (8 March–2 June 2019) at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, centres on a long-standing motif in her work: the eponymous Bellarmine—a domestic jug used in the Rhineland in the 16th and 17th centuries to carry wine and beer from barrel to table. Following...
A Dog Pees on Things for More than One Reason (2018) is Gray Wielebinski's most recent installation, presented as part of the artist's MFA graduate show at the Slade earlier this year and recently adapted for Gazelli Art House's exhibition, Window Project 2012-2018. The latter showcased a selection of art chosen from an international open call...
Sriwhana Spong 's first solo museum exhibition in New Zealand at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, a hook but no fish (12 May–22 July 2018), explored a unique language—the Lingua Ignota (Latin for 'unknown language')—used by a medieval female German mystic, abbess, composer, and writer Hildegard von Bingen. After its first showing...
The inaugural exhibition in the new space, Transgression throughout the Volatile World, will take place from 22 May.
The owner of the work told Ocula Magazine about his early interest in Banksy and fascination with cryptocurrency.
Quarantine-free travel between the two cities is scheduled to start from 26 May, three days after Art Basel in Hong Kong.
Rodel Tapaya's latest paintings are an explosive collision between humanity, the natural world, and the human-made.
With Art Basel Hong Kong taking place between 19 and 23 May 2021, Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights taking place across the city.
At Maureen Paley in London, photographs by Peter Hujar capture New York City's nocturnal drag scene between 1970 and 1987.
Sydney-based artist Nell has a capacious practice, working deftly across sculpture, painting, sound, assemblage, performance, and public art, producing work that is both accessible yet complex. Her repertoire of symbology incorporates language, crosses, smiley faces, and orb shapes combined with a deep interest in music and lyrics, feminism and...
Featuring 13 artists, Esther Schipper's latest group exhibition is a braiding of fantasy and foreboding.
Between 6 and 15 May 2021, Art Fair Philippines shifts entirely online with 43 international exhibitors.
A project by Matthew Lutz-Kinoy treats the 19th-century house as a platform for political theatre.
Broad helped found MOCA Los Angeles in 1979 and opened The Broad across the street in 2015.
The best way the art world can help is by funding oxygen supplies and medical care, said people on the ground in India.
The work is the second most expensive Nara ever sold at auction.
The fund, and new Aboriginal Australian cultural advisors, were announced following outrage over a request for the blood of aboriginal peoples.
Naeem Mohaiemen unpacks his most recent film, commissioned by the 2020 Yokohama Triennale and Bildmuseet.
With 49 works presented in all four galleries of the museum by 25 artists, the core theme of this year's TarraWarra Biennial is slowness.
Koons sent letters to Larry Gagosian and David Zwirner on Friday announcing his departure from their galleries.
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