A Zona is Diogo Simões’s first book. Twelve years in the making, it marks the arrival of a major force in Portuguese photography.
All the photos were done in Margem Sul, Tagus river south bank, opposite Lisbon. (more…)
The Moravian folk costume (kroj) is a traditional clothing ensemble that originates from the Moravia region of the Czech Republic. This costume reflects the cultural heritage and history of the Moravian people. The Moravian folk costume typically consists of various garments and accessories that vary depending on the specific region within Moravia. (more…)
César Cuspoca (1987–2022) is a Colombian artist whose artistic practice principally nourishes questions of perception, the duality between appearance and disappearance, and materialism and immaterialism. (more…)
After opening its doors to the public on the occasion of five in situ previewing programmes in 2019 (extraORDINAIRE), 2020 (EN-QUÊTE), 2021 (Charles de Gaulle under the eye of the photographers and Perspectives), and in the spring of 2023 (Spring at the Institut), the Institut pour la photographie is presenting its sixth and final preview program (more…)
“What is your name?” “Where are you from?” “How did you end up here?” “Can you feel it?” “Does it hurt?” With these and other questions, the American artist Adam Pendleton’s solo exhibition at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum sets up an elaborate call-and-response network that articulates a sense of history as fragmented poetics. The exhibition will showcase a polyvocal assemblage of new and recent paintings, drawings, and video portraits that together reveal Pendleton’s interest in creating a conversation between mediums, as well as his belief in abstraction’s capacity to destabilize and disrupt. (more…)
The Georgetown University Art Galleries are thrilled to present Kara Walker: Back of Hand in their de la Cruz Art Gallery, for the first exhibition of these new works in Washington by this internationally renowned artist. The exhibition displays a series of new works on paper by Kara Walker that examine themes such as complicity, racism, misremembered histories, and the violence that undergirds the legacy of the South. (more…)