Collective gallery moves into Edinburgh’s Calton Hill

Edinburgh’s City Observatory on Calton Hill is a beloved neoclassical monument making up part of the city’s historic skyline. The observatory, which had fallen into disrepair, has recently gotten a […]

The lineup for the 25th anniversary of The Armory Show is in!

On Monday, The Armory Show released the list of exhibitors for its 25th anniversary show that will take place between the 7th and 10th of March 2019, with a VIP […]

After walking away from the art world, Carl Pope Jr. headlines the Cleveland Museum of Art’s newest exhibition

Carl Pope Jr. is an unconventional artist from the heart of the Indiana. Although his works have been exhibited by prominent cultural institutions, as well as the Whitney and MOMA […]

2018 Biennale Architettura facts and figures

Just a few days after the close of the 2018 Venice Biennale Architettura, the numbers are in and they don’t disappoint. Over the course of six months, FREESPACE, the 16th […]

Zoe Leonard’s ‘I Want a President’ revived to benefit HIV/AIDS activism group

‘I want a dyke for president. I want a person with aids for president and I want a fag for vice president and I want someone with no health insurance […]

‘The Miraculous Journey’: Qatar’s controversial Damien Hirst installation makes its second debut

14 large-scale bronze sculptures make up The Miraculous Journey (2005-2013) by Damien Hirst. The installation, standing just outside a Qatar hospital, has recently been unveiled – again. Each of the […]

The blood in Jordan Eagles’ ‘Jesus, Christie’s’ runs deeper than you might think

Just over a year ago, Christie’s rocked the art world when they sold Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi for $450.3 million. The hype surrounding what was deemed ‘the last da […]