Archive for March 2019

New LA gallery seeks to do good and give back

Over the weekend, a new gallery in Los Angeles opened its doors with an agenda to do well and give back. On March 2nd, the Brannan Mason Gallery welcomed viewers […]

Naima J. Keith to be LACMA’s new V.P. of education and public programmes

Naima J. Keith has made a name for herself within the museum sector as the deputy director and chief curator at the California African American Museum (CAAM) and previously as […]

Alain Gualina’s sea lanes

A bird flying across a dark sea is a familiar motif on almost all of Alain Gualina’s seascape photos, representing a call to freedom and hope and in some ways, […]

The Saatchi Gallery makes way for King Tut’s Treasures

Between November 2nd,2019 and May 3rd, 2020, London’s Saatchi Gallery will hold an exhibition of the largest collection of King Tutankhamun’s treasures. ‘Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh’ will celebrate […]

Painting Empathy: Jordan Casteel’s “Returning the Gaze” Exhibition

The Denver Art Museum welcomes home an acclaimed local artist striving for social justice causes, and diversity in portraiture. Returning the Gaze is Jordan Casteel’s first major museum exhibition; it […]

Ding Yi’s grids

Until March 2, 2019 Galerie Karsten Greve is presenting a collection of pieces from Chinese artist Ding Yi which had been discovered by European audiences during the 45th Venice Biennale […]

Ghana to hold debut pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale

In a few short months, Ghana will make its debut appearance in the Venice Biennale with a spectacular selection of artists. Felicia Abban, John Akomfrah, El Anatsui, Ibrahim Mahama, Selasi […]