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Ancient Greek Island of Delos gets its first contemporary art installation

The small island of Delos, off the coast of Mykonos, has long offered one of the most unique windows into the world of ancient Greeks. The island invites visitors to roam among its ancient sanctuaries, homes, and structures that date back to the great island’s history as a religious, political and commercial center in Greece. […]

2019 Turner Prize shortlisted artists

Earlier today, the shortlist for the 2019 Turner Prize was announced. This year the four artists competing for the prestigious award are Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo, and Tai Shani. Following the 2018 Turner Prize, which ended up focusing solely on video installations, this year’s cohort, who are all under 50, will feel […]

The 2018 Turner Prize: time-consuming, but rewarding, intense, yet beautiful

The 2018 Turner Prize exhibitions at Tate Britain are not for the faint of heart. This year’s nominees are Naeem Mohaiemen, Forensic Architecture, Charlotte Prodger, and Luke Willis Thompson. Their exhibitions consist more or less exclusively of film works and are unapologetic for that. This means to see the exhibition in its entirety can take […]