Max Lamb and Jay Sae Jung Reconfigure the Meaning of Materials in Design at Salon 94

A diary piece on Salon 94 Design's latest dual display of designers Max Lamb and Jay Sae Jung.

Exploring Elysium in Ezra Cohen's Debut Exhibition at JO-HS Gallery, Mexico City

At the JO-HS residency, Ezra Cohen continues to further develop previous work that was based on Elysium, exploring “the other side of the veil” as a mythological paradise and apocalyptic destruction.

Leilehua Lanzilotti Creates Sonic Interpretations at The Noguchi Museum

Leilehua Lanzilotti, a Kanaka Maoli composer and experimental sound artist collaborates with The Noguchi Museum in the retrospective of Toshiko Takaezu.

Marie Watt's Blanket Stories of Printmaking and Community at Print Center New York

The Print Center in New York surveys over 60 works of contemporary artist Marie Watts solo mid-career survey Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt.

Artist Cassils Brings a bold Trans Justice Art Action Slated to Unfold on Trans Day of Visibility

Trans and visual artist Cassils casts a luminous spotlight on the National Mall in Washington D.C. this March 31st in collaboration with The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and with over 100 trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming artists to bring "Etched in Light," on Trans Day of Visibility.

Caleb Hahne Quintana, Bernadette Despujols, and Esteban Cabeza De Baca Come Together to Show at Newchild

The Antwerp-based gallery Newchild opens a new group show, “The Salt Of Two Seas” of artists Caleb Hahne Quintana, Bernadette Despujols, and Esteban Cabeza De Baca exploring and fostering a sense of identity and belonging as Latinx artists.

Romanticizing New York Through Illustrations: A Conversation with Tanu Vasu, Bergdorf's Beloved Artist

To be showing at Bergdorf is a dream, no? Artist Tanu Vasu humbly tells art currently as we catch up about her exclusive prints on view and for purchase at Bergdorf Goodman’s seventh floor galleries. Part of their permanent collection, Vasu has been working with the luxurious department store for over a year now; while simultaneously working with other brand collaborations such as Tiffany & Co, LVMH, SuperGoop!, and hotels like The Carlyle Hotel, and The Plaza.

Kim DeJesus on Connection and Self Discovery through The Map Home Exhibition

Los Angeles artist Kim DeJesus makes her way to New York with her latest collection of colorful washes on canvas at Morris Adjmi Architects’ showroom in a solo exhibition “The Map Home." A continuation of her exploration into memory and the dichotomy between controllable and uncontrollable gestures, this series of paintings delves deep into the essence of human experience.

Celebrated Photographer Sandra Cattaneo Adorno Presents a Monographic Exclusive Ten Years at the 7th Annual Edition of Personal Structures

Artist and photographer Sandra Cattaneo Adorno will be debuting, Sandra Cattaneo Adorno: Ten Years, beginning April 20 at the 7th edition of Personal Structures: Beyond Boundaries, parallel to the 60th Venice Biennale at The European Cultural Centre.

Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store Debuts at MASS MoCA for Environmental Awareness

This May, MASS MoCA exhibits The Plastic Bag Store subtitled “a tragicomic ode to the foreverness of plastic” by Robin Frohardt. The playful, immersive, and guided experience is in partnership with the Williamstown Theater Festival and produced by Pomegranate Arts will showcase sculptures and films constructed with single-use plastic.

Ken’ichiro Taniguchi Transforms Urban Imperfections with Bright Yellow Hecomi Sculptures Across Japan and Antwerp

Since 2000, Ken’ichiro Taniguchi, a Berlin and Sapporo-based artist, has been recontextualizing the Japanese noun Hecomi, “Heko-mu.” His practice circulates this word which pushes him to thoughtfully compose practices of tracing, mapping, studying, sculpting, and reshaping together; now on view at Japan's Sapporo Community Plaza and showing at Eva Steynen Gallery this May.

Mimo, A New Gallery Space Founded in Artist's Basement in Bushwick

The birth of Mimo seems more like a philosophical one than anything else, in an incubator of sorts to encourage experimentation and rigor. As described by the founder, “Mimo serves as a space where the language of expression is spoken through the unspoken – in a non-conformist way, and so close to home (literally).” To inaugurate the space, he invited artist and cultural critic Jasmine Amussen in a solo show, The Vestal & The Fasces.

Artist Marisabel Bazen On-Going Advocacy of Mental Health through Butterflies

At the core of Los Angeles based artist Mariabel Bazan’s butterflies are layers of passion and advocacy for mental health. In her latest public installation, “La Magia de Colleta” commissioned by the City of Costa Mesa, ten butterflies varying from palm to enchantingly large sizes made from aluminum are stretched along Marina View Park’s new Mariposa Garden.

Roses are red—this Artsy Valentine's Day Guide is For You!

Sure, love and romance are guiding forces in the art world, but when you’re already stretched thin between 1:54 Marrakech, Zona Maco and upcoming frieze LA plans, you may find Valentine’s Day has taken a back seat. art currently is here to help make the day all the more sweeter, with thoughtful/intentional gifts and mood setting to-do’s - you’re welcome!

Rele Gallery opens its third location in London with Nigerian Artist Peju Alatise

Opening with an inaugural show of Peju Alatise, a Glasgow-based Nigerian artist with her latest body of work advocating for children’s rights, the new Rele Gallery space of 3,000 sq ft will welcome crowds in Dover Street and beyond to the two-floor exhibition. The expansion celebrates ten years of the gallery’s operation.