Other Russias is a visual account of Russia in the Putin years by artist and activist Victoria Lomasko.
Film artists Filipa César and Louis Henderson trace the trajectory of optical technology throughout history in “Op-film: an archaeology of optics” at Gasworks.
Abe Ahn reviews “I can call this progress to halt” at LACE, considering gestures of protest or unrest featured in the exhibition, which offer ways to surface new social relations and the potential for a commune untethered to time and place.
Jimena Sarno’s current show at LACE, home away from, develops on the political constructions of surveillance, protest and materiality inspired by the interconnections between the image of Hollywood flats and the holding blocks constructed at the site of the border.
During a recent weekend at Press Press, we gathered to talk about the latest issue of Scroll, an all intern produced annual publication by The Contemporary in Baltimore.
In this converstation, Jeannette Petrik speaks with Tania Bruguera about her conviction for empowerment through (self-)education, touching on her experience as an artist and educator in Cuba and the US, the shortcomings of traditional educational models, a coming educational revolution and an empathic engagement with the needs and desires of Cuban people in these current times of change.
Garage is the first philanthropic institution in Russia to create a comprehensive public mandate for contemporary art.
A non-profit and artist run art park in Russia’s Kaluga region
Bon-Gah is a non-profit initiative founded in 2004 as an independent arts books publisher. Since 2012, Bon-Gah has operated in a cooperatively-run studio space in Karasht, a suburb or Tehran.