Kimia Maleki reviews Nazafarin Lotfi’s solo exhibition “Negative Capability” at Regards, Chicago
The recent exhibition “Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War” at HKW interrogated the intertwined re-canonization of modernism and the international propagation of a US-backed, anti-communist idea of “cultural freedom” put forth by the many-armed Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF) from 1950–1967.
Dallas-based ‘social sculpture’ and experimental art space Ash Studios went to trial opposing occupancy restrictions for DIY spaces facing increasing closures in the city. Ashley Jones recaps the trial and the implications of its outcome.
lauren woods is a conceptual artist who works with film, video, performance and site-specific installations that address systems of power and suppression.
Casco Director Binna Choi and Temporary editor James McAnally consider what an art institution for the commons consists of, new habits of working together within and beyond institutions, and how Casco, among an expanding network of commoners, could contribute to collective actions in order to radically change our way of working and living.
Contributors Inc., a collective that works with the contents lists in art and culture magazines to assess gender imbalances in art criticism, discuss the recent resignation of Knight Landesman from Artforum due to sexual misconduct and the pervasive power structures that preserve inequity in the art world.
North Mountain Residency is an artist-run non-profit based on an apple orchard in West Virginia founded by John Labovitz.
Thkio Ppalies is a project space based in Nicosia, Cyprus, founded by Stelios Kallinikou and Peter Eramian.
Conceived by Toronto-based curators Xenia Benivolski and Su-Ying Lee, Feminist Art Museum (FAM) secures space for women (female-identified and non-binary people) in contemporary art.