Decoding Threads with Akea Brionne Seen in her New York Debut “Roses in Southern Soil” at Lyles & King Gallery

Akea Brionne’s Roses in Southern Soil opened on January 12, 2024 at Lyles & King Gallery in New York. Brionne’s rich tapestries are a result of a unique process in which the artist feeds transcripts of her dreams, descriptions of family pictures, and imagined spaces, to AI software.

Angel Albarran and Anna Cabrera's 'Photographic Syntax' Reveals Philosophical Dimensions in Photography

Presenting their latest exhibition, “Photographic Syntax,” at IBASHO, the Spanish artist couple Angel Albarran and Anna Cabrera reveal their nous and use of photography as a philosophical tool. On view until March 10, this marks their second solo exhibition at the renowned Antwerp gallery.

Nostalgic Cinematics & Rock and Roll Paper Worlds - A Conversation with Maris Jones

A conversation with Maris Jones. A sense of nostalgia kicks in when watching the mini-movies by artist Maris Jones. She emerges as a cinematic time traveler: director, animator, editor, and star of her fictitious rock and roll paper worlds, driven by waves of sound and color.

Schoelkopf Gallery Opens the First Max Weber Exhibition Since Announcing the Artist's Representation

At the Schoelkopf Gallery in collaboration with the Max Weber Foundation, the exhibition of the esteemed artist opens a show of 26 works on paper, Max Weber: Art and Life Are Not Apart. Following the gallery’s announcement of their representation of the Max Weber Foundation last fall, this show commemorates Weber’s contribution to abstractionism in America. Max Weber: Art and Life Are Not Apart, is on view from January 19 to April 5.

Creator Labs' 8th Season Welcomes Scottish Folklore Through the Lens of Furmaan Ahmed

Creator Labs strikes again, launching its 8th season with 29 artists based outside of the United States, including the mystifying work of Furmaan Ahmed. Titled “Memory Palace,” a series of images of reimagining folk stories and mythologies are seen throughout, with performance artist Soojin Chang and playwright and artist Ebun Sodipo as the subjects.

Tschabalala Self’s 'Bodega Run' Opens at the Swiss Institute in a Special Installation

Installation view, Tschabalala Self, Bodega Run, Swiss Institute, New York, 2024. Courtesy of the artist, Pilar Corrias Gallery and Galerie Eva Presenhuber

On January 11th the Swiss Institute opened Tschabalala Self’s long term project Bodega Run, along with a book launch. For three days,...

“Indigenous Ways Are Human Ways”: A Look at Futurist Josué Rivas' Creative Studio Indígena as a Catalyst for Restored Narrative

The Mexica and Otomi multidisciplinary storyteller, artist, and creative director based in Portland, Josué Rivas, opens his creative studio Indígena as a catalyst for restored narrative.

Rising Curator Storm Ascher Makes a Miami Debut with Group Show BOUNCE at Oolite Arts

Storm Ascher makes her curatorial debut in Miami with an exhibition, BOUNCE, at Oolite Arts on view through January 11, 2024.

A Touring Retrospective of the Life & Art of Toshiko Takaezu Opens at The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum

The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum opens a touring retrospective of American artist Toshiko Takaezu covering twenty years of work where you’ll get to see her signature “closed form” ceramics: a method to explore “the dark space that you can’t see.”

Valentino's New Flagship Store Makes Space for Italian Art in Collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art

Valentino's new flagship store Madison Avenue in New York presents the latest luxurious and coveted pieces; simultaneously, revealing gallery walls adorned with art by Mario Schifano in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art.

Wondering People Talk Upcoming Trends and Must-Watch Artists

Art currently caught up with Sophie and Isabella at Wondering People, a UK-based art collective that brings together a friendly, inclusive space for artists, internationally; on upcoming trends and much-watch artists.

Review: Ja'Tovia Gary's The Giverny Suite at the MoMA

“Do you feel safe?” This is the question at the heart of Ja’Tovia Gary’s The Giverny Suite, a “cinematic poem” now on view at MoMA as part of the Museum’s 1970’s-Present Collection.

Editor’s Picks: Artsy Gift Guide for the Holiday Season

Curated with the creative spirit in mind, art currently's Holiday Editor's Picks unveil gifts for the artist, the collector, the hobbyist, and the fashion-forward.

A History of Surrealism and Witchcraft Prevails at the LAMB Gallery with 11 Artists

Mayfair’s LAMB Gallery in London embraces the significance of witches to feminist exploration in a new exhibition Surrealism and Witchcraft.

Miami Design District Celebrates a Utopia of Sustainability with Lara Bohinc

Miami Design District announced Lara Bohinc as the awardee of the 2023 Design Commission where she’ll be transforming the iconic neighborhood into a Utopia.