For three months in 2023, the Counterpublic art triennial engages histories and imagines new possibilities for the city of St. Louis, Missouri.
We are privileged to share views from Sharjah Biennial 15 opening week. Watch for our continued posts and stories @freshartintl and Listen to episodes from SB15 anywhere you go for podcasts.
Follow us to industrial sites where artists, curators, and architects have transformed industrial buildings and landscapes into innovative spaces for art.
Views from the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial begin to reveal the worlds of culture, history and politics in the built and natural environment of this metropolis.
These views reveal how the new Toronto Biennial of Art transforms the city with exhibitions and performances that engage with the urban landscape.
In this photo gallery, Philadelphia-based art historian and curator Deborah Barkun shares her discoveries at the 58th Venice Art Biennale.
Meet the creative hive that’s transforming the cultural landscape of Tampa, Florida. While the coastal city may still be best known to for its cigar-making history and vulnerability to rising sea levels, we discover an animated art scene. This is where new and established studios, public art projects, dynamic DIY galleries, avante-garde festivals, and networked community hubs are inventing fresh opportunities for public engagement with contemporary art.
Miami Art Week—one of the rare moments that we intersect with the art market, is a chance to consider the role of collecting in our cultural eco-system. Take a look at these views of art and performance that came to Miami
Here’s a glimpse of the creatives, spaces and places that we encountered during opening days of Prospect.4 New Orleans. Stay tuned for voices and sounds…