Para Site is delighted to present the group exhibition Fanatic Heart, curated by Cusson Cheng, in search of an alternative approach to reimagine the political potential of celebrity culture through the lens of fandom. (more…)
The transdisciplinary exhibition Fetishizing the Future. Utopias of the third dimension at the Zeppelin Museum discusses visions and ideas from the last 120 years for overcoming gravity in a variety of ways and for optimizing the necessary technologies. (more…)
Dia Center was founded in New York City in 1974 by Philippa de Menil, Heiner Friedrich, and Helen Winkler to help artists achieve visionary projects that might not otherwise be realized because of scale or scope. (more…)
Artpil is seeking to expand the team. From contributors to freelance individuals in Turin/Torino, Italy, and beyond, whether you are a writer, photographer, designer, art director, we want to hear from you.
Mark Rothko was born Marcus Rothkowitz on September 25, 1903, in Dvinsk, Russia. In 1913 his family left Russia and settled in Portland, Oregon. Rothko attended Yale University, New Haven, on a scholarship from 1921 to 1923. (more…)
Artist and poet Sal Taylor Kydd announces the release of Yesterday, a limited edition artist book produced in conjunction with Datz Press, that explores the feelings of isolation and dislocation brought on by the pandemic (more…)
We have fundamentally altered the earth’s ecosystem by disrupting the natural rhythm of our planet and in doing so have created a new chapter in the evolution of Earth and a new stage of uncertainty.
Over the past six years, photographer Mark Power has travelled across the US to create a complex visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This new book, Good Morning, America (Volume One), represents a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape (more…)