Her play with scale and technique, as evident in intimate drawings, large canvases, and complex forms of printmaking, will be explored in depth.
The Outsider Art Fair, the premier fair dedicated to showcasing self-taught art, art brut and outsider art from around the world, is pleased to announce its first-ever citywide edition of the fair, tak
Through the works of more than 40 international artists, On the Razor’s Edge approaches these urgent issues faced in the contemporary world and the precariousness of life within it.
A special exhibition of works by Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamin (1919-1999) will be opened at the Savina Museum of Contemporary Art, located in a cultural corridor in Seoul, the exhibition websi
The Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage at UNESCO inscribed on Friday 32 traditions on its lists, with three elements in need of urgent preservation mea
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Berlin International Film Festival is postponing its screening program and an edition divided into two parts (March and June) in order to minimize health risks.
The project continues a series of exhibitions at the museum where invited artists consider how their practices operate in both physical and digital spaces simultaneously.
With three galas shared by several dance companies in the country, the BNC proposed to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of Alonso, one of its main founders and an inspiration to generations of art
On view at Gary Nader Art Centre, Wynwood Arts District, December 2020 – January 2021.
The city of Tokyo will be playing host to hundreds of talented artists from all around the world when it stages the sixth edition of the Tokyo International Art Fair on 04-05 June 2021, at Bellesalle R
GR Gallery is pleased to announce "Ethereal Icons", the first solo exhibition of Teiji Hayama with the gallery, after previous collaborations.
In addition to having registered no infections and having attracted the interest of more than 1,000 film industry professionals, as well as almost 700 journalists from 376 media outlets, the Festival i
Thursday’s talk will explore the 2010s and how the Asia Pacific art scene – diverse in its cultures and histories – has risen to international prominence over recent decades.
The exhibition can be visited from today until January 5, 2021.