Tony Taouk, from BBC / Al Jazeera interviews Doris Bittar at her home and studio in San Diego.
The fair will include 284 galleries from 33 countries, showing work by more than 4,000 artists...Among the highlights are Carrie Mae Weems at New York’s Jack Shainman, Danny McDonald at New York
his net worth fell $229 million after he kept his promise which he made over 10 years ago to his college roommate...While the company was still in its developing phase, Woodman had promised Dana
Photo Booth (2008) by Lorna Simpson is a beautiful assemblage of tiny framed photo booth images of black Americans, possibly from the Fifties. They show dapper men in trilby hats.
The exhibition showcases the work of 19 emerging artists from the two continents. We [LONDON LIVE] visited the gallery yesterday to speak to some of the artists.
We could put ourselves in danger by creating artificial intelligence that looks too much like ourselves, a leading theorist has warned. “If we look for A.I.
Although not a household name like Frank Gehry or Norman Foster, Cruz has attained a different kind of celebrity as one of the world’s most respected activist designers...Cruz became fascinated
The next step would be the formation of a binational council “that can steward some of these results, to brainstorm together across sectors in terms of prioritizing three to five projects,” said
But given the current social situation in Mexico, and while the Ayotzinapa students remain unlocated, the show displays a praiseworthy example of how engagement and creative community work can make
There is a wonderful tension between the real and the fabricated moment in this image. It is both highly composed, but also comes across as documentary.