In 2022, members and guests of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) travel from around the world to Kentucky, in the Appalachian…
Miami Art Week 2022 offers a feast for the senses. Get ready for our best art adventure with our guide.
a road trip that takes us to the far eastern edge of Kentucky. As we cross the state, we learn firsthand the challenges of growing up and producing culture in Appalachia. We bear witness to creative resilience and community in remote spaces and places where rich stories are told through art, film, music, and theater.
With six independent curators, we explore a growing trend in the field of contemporary art. We discover that the Covid epidemic and a global economic…
“This Persian Garden Project will be providing visitors with a private, yet public environment in which to engage important social and cultural issues by gathering…
Toronto-based curator and scholar Andrea Fatona and her colleagues are illuminating The State of Blackness in Canadian culture.
With American-born artist Mary Mattingly, we trace her rising interest in water through her collaborative environmental interventions.
The First Amendment became a cause célèbre for artist Sheryl Oring during the election season of 2004. In conversations across time, we trace her synthesis of art and free speech in a public performance project that quite naturally has no end in sight.
Jillian Hernandez gives voice to girls and women of color in her 2020 book Aesthetics of Excess: The Art and Politics of Black and Latina Embodiment. In this episode, you’ll hear how she has been delving into the aesthetic hierarchies of femme culture for more than a decade.
Artists of the collective FeCuOp—Jason Ferguson, Christian Curiel, Brandon Opalka, and Victor Villafañe, with Locust Projects director Lorie Mertes, remember the history of contemporary art in Miami and contemplate the impact of the global pandemic on art. Recorded in person and online.