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Contemporary African Photography prize – a shortlist selection
A selection of the 25 shortlisted photographers for the Contemporary African Photography prize introduces their work. The CAP Prize is awarded annually to five photographers whose works were created on the African continent, or which engage with the African diaspora.
Guardian
Metaphysical Landscapes, Playful Ceramics, and a Revelatory Rediscovery: Here Are Five of the Best Booths at Frieze New York
These galleries stood out for their abstract, thoughtful, and surreal stagings.
Artnet
Land of Dreams – Interview with Shirin Neshat
On the occasion of her exhibition at MOCA Toronto, we conducted an interview with Shirin Neshat about her art practice and body of work.
Artland Magazine
Stories of Iconic Artworks: Vincent van Gogh’s 'The Potato Eaters'
'The Potato Eaters' was Van Gogh’s first masterpiece. His portrayal of a peasant family is now one of the most iconic artworks ever made.
Artland Magazine
The 2022 Venice Biennale at a Glance: Highlights & Awards
After a three-year hiatus, the Venice Biennale 2022 has opened its doors. Read on to dive into this year's highlights and meet the award winners!
Artland Magazine
10 Poignant Works of Street Art Around The World in Support of Ukraine
Street artists have taken up their brushes and spray paints to create anti-war murals in support of Ukraine.
Artland Magazine
The Checklist, Vol.5: Andrea Fraser’s 'Untitled' at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, 2004
Exhibitions from the past via facts that cannot change: artwork, space, audience, a moment in time. Featured this month: Andrea Fraser's 2004 'Untitled'.
Artland Magazine
Issue 88
The Artlander
An Ethereal Blue Warhol Marilyn Goes for $195 Million at Christie’s, Becoming the Second-Priciest Work Ever Sold at Auction
Larry Gagosian, who sold the work to Thomas Ammann in 1986, won the star lot in the salesroom. The sum will go to charity.
Artnet
What to See in Brussels This May
From Heidi Bucher's latex skinnings at Mendes Wood DM to Elen Braga's horse-themed tapestries, here are five shows not to miss in the Belgium capital
Frieze Magazine
Nuart is Back! Aberdeen 2022 Brings Back the Iconic Street Art Festival
Nuart Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland // June 09, 2022 - June 12, 2022
Juxtapoz
Powerful Visions of Reclaimed Narratives by Indigenous Artists
The artists in Mesh collectively delve into connections to land and to community, pushing back against colonizing forces, and reclaiming their own narratives and power.
Hyperallergic
Legendary Artists Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer, Nan Goldin Respond to Roe Draft Opinion: ‘A Surprise To No One’
The news has drawn ire among activists, artists and cultural leaders that have long advocated for reproductive rights in their work. Among them are artists such as Barbara Kruger, Nan Goldin, Nancy Buchanan, and Laurie Simmons, alongside curators like Legacy Russell and Jasmine Wahi, who have feared the outcome looming.
Art News
Here’s Your Guide to the Best, Most Desirable Artworks for Sale During New York’s $2.6 Billion Spring Auction Marathon
Collections from the likes of the Macklowes, the Ammanns, and Anne Bass represent an almost unprecedented caliber of material.
Artnet
The 23rd Biennale of Sydney Echoes the Realities of Climate Change
Opening at a time when severe flooding north of the city, the exhibition uneasily aligns with a state of national emergency
Frieze Magazine
Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s $164.2 Million Modern and Contemporary Evening Sales Set New Records, Despite Market Uncertainties
Works by Pablo Picasso, Louise Bourgeois, Yoshitomo Nara, and Wu Guanzhong powered the auctions.
Artnet
How is «atelienormalno» doing now in Kyiv?
A talk with Ukrainian artists Kateryna Libkind and Stanislav Turina about their pre-war and current experience of interacting with their colleagues with Down syndrome
Arterritory
Captivating Highlights From the 2022 Venice Biennale
Writer and curator Laura Raicovich shares her favorite works from the exhibition and moments of elevation during her Campari-fueled trip to Venice.
Hyperallergic
Years of cultivation gave rise to dramatic growth in China’s art market in 2021. Where is it headed?
The year 2021 saw a dramatic expansion of the art infrastructure in China, according to the 2022 Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report. Greater China commanded the second-largest art market globally, second only to the US, with sales increasing by just over one third (35%) during 2021, reaching $13.4 billion and commanding some 20% share of the global market.
Art Basel
M+ MUSEUM REMOVES THREE ARTWORKS, RAISING CENSORSHIP FEARS
Stoking apprehension related to Beijing’s gradual clampdown on artistic freedoms, Hong Kong’s M+ museum of contemporary art has removed from view three politically themed works by artists whose views do not align with those of the mainland government, report Ming Pau and Artnet News.
Art Forum
How Roberto Toscano Transformed His Grief into an Art Award
Not only has Roberto Toscano survived the pain and grief of losing two close family members in the past few years, but he has also transformed them into meaningful energy in founding a new $40,000 art award, the Borlem Prize. The award recognizes one artist each year whose work brings awareness to mental health issues and struggles.
Larrys List
The Turner Prize Jury Has Shortlisted a Group of Women And Non-Binary Artists for the Prestigious Art Award
The four shortlisted artists will show their work at Tate Liverpool from October 20.
Art Daily
Guggenheim announces 2022 fellowship recipients
The Guggenheim Foundation on April 7 revealed the 180 recipients of its 2022 fellowships. Those awarded the coveted honor include painters, filmmakers, photographers, writers, academics, scientists, engineers, historians, and mathematicians. A total of fifty-one fields of interest are represented this year, with recipients spread across thirty-one states, the District of Columbia, and four Canadian provinces.
Art Forum
Do We Take Vibes for Granted?
A digital media exhibition shows vibration as physical sensation and affective experience.
Hyperallergic
The Architect Shaping Africa’s Future: Diébédo Francis Kéré
Read on to learn about 2022 Pritzker Prize winner Francis Kéré and discover his unique contribution to sustainable architecture.
Artland Magazine
The Checklist, Vol.4: William Edmondson at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1937
Exhibitions from the past via facts that cannot change: artwork, space, audience, a moment in time. Featured this month: William Edmondson at MoMA, 1937.
Artland Magazine
Agents Of Change: Artificial Intelligence – AI Art and How Machines Have Expanded Human Creativity
Read about the new field of digital art that is stretching the boundaries of creativity and disrupting how art is made.
Artland Magazine
The Immersive Universe of Bridget Riley, the Artist that Hypnotized the World
Read about Bridget Riley, whose groundbreaking artistic work became synonymous with the Op Art movement.
Artland Magazine
Artland Spotlight On: Black UK Artists Reshaping the British Contemporary Art Scene
Three trailblazing Black British artists who are important voices in the country's contemporary art scene.
Artland Magazine
Issue 87
The Artlander
Planetary Crisis? The Art Market Is Doing Just Fine
No matter how bad things are getting in the everyday world, the 1 percent march on – according to the latest The Art Market report published by Art Basel and UBS
Art Review
Georgia O’Keeffe
Ernst Beyeler, who died in 2010, turned his gallery in Basel into one of the most important addresses of the international art market. Together with his wife, Hildy Beyeler, he built an impressive collection of modernist, Abstract Expressionist, and Pop Art works. Every year the foundation stages three large exhibitions of modern or contemporary art.
Independent Collectors
What to See in Europe this April
From Anthea Hamilton's pun-filled retrospective at M HKA, Antwerp, Belgium, to Lap-See Lam's ambitious debut at Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden, here's what not to miss
Frieze Magazine
Tate Modern’s Reimagining of International Surrealism
‘Surrealism Beyond Borders’ is a comprehensive overview of one of the 20th century’s most influential movementsat Tate Modern
Frieze Magazine
The 5 Best Shows to See During Miart
From Costanza Candeloro at Martina Simeti to Anicka Yi at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Saim Demircan gathers his top picks from Milan
Frieze Magazine
Art is a form of the mind’s reflection on itself and its surroundings
Latvian-born artist Elza Sīle lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland. In 2019 she graduated from ZHdK Zurich, and in 2021 was already nominated for the Swiss Art Awards and presented a solo booth at Liste Art Fair Basel. She has participated in numerous two-person and group shows.
Arterritory