With Beast Type Song at Tate Britain, 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'Fl
Thomas J Price discusses his first solo show in Canada at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto, Ordinary Men (22 June–2 September 2019), which challenges the absence of Black bodies within the traditions of classical sculpture.
[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: th
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 a
[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 (Lati
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.
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.
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 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.
One of China's sharpest observers of online expression explains how censorship has evolved in the decade since Google left the country.
Gallery Weekend Berlin launches its second event of the year with galleries presenting artists whose work is lesser known to the broader public.
Huma Bhabha's first exhibition with Xavier Hufkens showcases new sculptures and works on paper expressing the artist's characteristic alien forms.
Two artists, selected by a jury of arts professionals around the globe, will receive the independent art platform's annual prize this year.
With his latest solo show now on view at Zeno X Gallery, Mircea Suciu discusses his approach to capturing the psychological undercurrents of now.
Here's a fun fact: the vibrant colours of Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway system was not just an aesthetic choice.
At Ota Fine Arts in Singapore, Tsuyoshi Hisakado experiments with the concept of 'infinite' space.
Born Barrie Bates, the artist was quick to identify ways artists could exploit ideas developed by marketers.
Russia's leading contemporary art fair was relocated and nudged back a week, creating challenges for international galleries.
Spirito sees similarities between the milestone and the pandemic. Both are a chance to reflect on how art is made and shown.