Yann Kebbi: from New York to Douarnenez

Douarnenez, situated on the edge of a marvellous bay off the coast of Brittany and even at the end of earth, finis terrae, has been attracting artists for quite some […]

A whimsical photography series helping out our four-legged friends

Ahem – Fido is ready for his close up! Man’s best friend has long been a staple in paintings often symbolizing loyalty, wealth, or style. They crop up in some […]

Installation by Edmund de Waal will highlight Venice’s Jewish Ghetto during 58th Biennale

Coinciding with the beginning of the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale happening this year, an installation by author and ceramicist Edmund de Waal will highlight the floating city’s 500-year-old […]

The Armory Show’s ‘Worlds of Tomorrow’ artists announced

Just a month before The Armory Show is set to green light on March 7th, it announced the galleries and artists that will represent its 2019 Platform segment of the […]

P.A.I.N. organizes against the Sackler family with demonstrations at the Guggenheim and Met

Protesters took to New York’s Fifth Avenue on the evening of February 9th on route from the Guggenheim Museum to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to speak out against the […]

Desert X installation pulled to help out bighorn sheep

In 2017, the Coachella Valley in Southern California became the home for a desert-transforming biennial known as Desert X. During the biennial, the San Bernardino Mountains become the substrate for […]

Abstract expressionism, the ambassador of America’s Triumph

François Lévy-Kuentz’s recent documentary called The Hidden Face of American Art, describes the strategies used to enable American art to overtake European art in the power struggle for influence during […]