Illuminating the histories, issues, and ideas voiced in our 2018 episode Black in America. The issue offers new learning opportunities with a timeline of landmark exhibitions and a select bibliography.
Our new Learning Portal invites you to explore worlds of art and culture while you teach and learn from wherever you are, with resources created by educators and students.
In this prologue to our Fall 2020 Student Edition, University of Miami senior Melissa Huberman tells the story of Art in the Time of Corona—how the coronavirus pandemic has transformed our experience of art.
Graduate students in curatorial studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design University share their first thoughts about creating an online exhibition.
Fresh Art International has 2020 Vision. We will continue sharing fresh stories—sparking conversations around themes in contemporary art, design and film, while launching two impactful initiatives: our new STUDENT EDITION and RESEARCH ARCHIVE.
What does “creative resilience” mean for curators in the year 2019? One evening in April 2019, we decide to find out. Setting up a temporary recording studio in a poolside cabana, at a Miami Beach hotel, we sit down with a dozen curators and cultural producers to document their stories. In this marathon recording session, you’ll hear curatorial strategies for engaging new communities, increasing the visibility of underrepresented artists, and addressing some of today’s most pressing social, political and environmental challenges
Globally engaged curators talk about themes we’ll explore during the 2019 IKT Congress in Miami. Ground zero for sea level rise, Miami is the ideal context for our conversation on how art and visual culture are changing public perception of today’s climate crisis.
What does it mean to be a contemporary art curator in the 21st century? Perhaps subconsciously, it’s about living up to the legacy of Harald Szeemann, a legendary…
Art Basel and Miami Art Week are back with a bang! How can you make the most of the once-a-year opportunity? This is the moment to see…