Sonia Boyce to Represent the UK at the 59th Venice Biennale. She will be the first black woman to represent the country at the art world’s most prestigious exhibition.
The new global forum dedicated to investigating and discussing the “now, near, and next” of architectural culture, The World Around, will host its inaugural public gathering on January 25, 2020 at The Times Center in New York City. Day-Long conference curated by Beatrice Galilee Brings together leading
international practitioners and thinkers to explore the projects, issues, and possibilities shaping the spatial environment.
“Independent artists create and enrich global culture. Their art, which we’re proud to present, can entertain – and much more: it can, illuminate, agitate, and empower. This year’s Festival is full of films that showcase myriad ways for stories to drive change, across hearts, minds, and societies” said Robert Redford
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way, The Baltic Freedom Way makes its NYC Premiere following a screening of the short film Baltic Way, followed by a panel discussion in the second evening of The 2019 New York Baltic Film Festival.
The 2019 New York Baltic Film Festival returns to NYC with screenings over a four-day period from November 7 — 10, 2019 at Scandinavia House.
Driton Selmani’s installation “Two Jokes Make One Truth” uses documentary accounts, jokes and paraphrases about the Other that spark discomfort but also release negative emotional charge.
Opening with an unsettling statement, “When everything is white, and you can no longer see…
Two members of the Whitney Museum’s curatorial department will curate the 2021 Biennial: David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards.
The solo exhibition of the multivalent Kosovo-born and based artist Driton Selmani (b. 1987) focuses on the dominant role of humor, questioning its capacity as a tool to magnify the meaning of the (un) familiar.