Hauser & Wirth announces global representation of artist Firelei Báez

Renowned New York-based artist Firelei Báez, has garnered widespread acclaim throughout the last decade for her captivating works of historical references, which span the realms of immersive paintings, installations, and sculptures. She is now represented by Hauser & Wirth as global representation.

Mellány Sánchez Spotlights Garment Worker Stories During New York Fashion Week

For Fashion Week in New York, Mellány Sánchez spotlights garment worker stories in Objects of Permanence, a ephemeral show at the Abrons Arts Center.

I’d Knit That Wearable Art at The Locker Room Hosted by RandomWalk

Fiber artist Kendall Ross, also known as I’d Knit That made her way into The Locker Room gallery for a pop-up exhibition hosted by RandomWalk, featuring her one of a kind hand-knot wearable art.

Regina José Galindo Addresses Police Brutality through Performance Piece SIREN at the Watermill Center

This year, the Watermill Center’s annual benefit was centered on “The Body,” a familiar territory for Guatemalan performance artist Regina José Galindo. She used the occasion to debut her piece, “SIREN”.

Phillip K. Smith Captures Stills of Light & Change Using the Californian Desert as his Backdrop

Through the lens of merciless desert beauty, Phillip K. Smith delivers art that captures stills of change and the ever-present light.

The Editor’s Picks: Artful Items to Have this Summer

If you find yourself looking for some artful items to add to your personal collection this summer, Art Currently has got you covered through our Editor's Picks.

Stroll Garden's East Hampton Pop-Up Exhibition Spotlights a Fresh Wave of Ceramic Artists

Stroll Garden opens its pop-up exhibition "Where Land Meets Sea" in East Hampton set at the former home and studio of the revered American abstract expressionist artist Adolph Gottlieb.

Artmobile Takes the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts on a Road Trip

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is hitting the pavement with its Artmobile, bringing art to every corner of the state in an accessible and inclusive manner- for free!

Jeffrey Gibson to Represent Next Year’s US Pavilion at Venice Biennale

The art world stage opens next year with the trailblazing artist Jeffrey Gibson representing the United States at La Biennale di Venezia.

On Kusama: Are Her Mirrors And Dots Just Smoke And Mirrors?

Reflections on Yayoi Kusama's I Spend Each Day Embracing Flowers on view at David Zwirner.

Step Inside Uzo Njoku’s Apartment 26 at Harsh Collective

Uzo Njoku, a multimedia artist best known for her captivating pattern making, merges the avenues of art and design by incorporating clothing and home goods within her latest presentation Apartment 26.

Founder of ART FOR CHANGE & Collector Jeanne Masel Talks Philanthropy and Art

In 2018, Jeanne Masel founded ART FOR CHANGE to combine her two passions – her love of the arts and her aspiration to aid philanthropic initiatives.

Commemorating the Legacy of Queen City in Nekisha Durrett's Public Sculpture “Queen City”

Artist Nekisha Durrett, who, alongside 17 Black ceramists, crafted an awe-inspiring public sculpture "Queen City: featuring 903 ceramic teardrop vessels—a heartfelt homage to the displaced individuals.

From Sparkling T-Shirts to Red Wedding Dresses: Inside Taylor Swift's Storyteller Exhibition at MAD

Inside the New York's Museum of Art and Design’s Taylor Swift: Storyteller exhibition of the singer's personal archives.

There’s Always Room For Cake: Joana Vasconcelos' Love Tower at Waddesdon Manor

Joana Vasconcelos' Wedding Cake in Waddesdon takes the cake in becoming the artist's most ambitious projects to date.