Press Release Category: Arts & Entertainment

Sin Wai Kin’s Latest Film Filters Ancient Rome through Contemporary Concerns

Artist Sin Wai Kin’s practice as a storyteller draws attention to the gaps between the stories we are told and the lives we live, asking who is given the power to tell us these stories and what these stories enforce. The London-based artist’s latest film, Dreaming the End, compounds this thinking. As so often is

Archaeologists Find Original Foundation of England’s Famed Exeter Cathedral

The early foundations of Exeter Cathedral—including the original high altar, a crypt, and tombs—have been uncovered by archaeologists in England, the BBC reported on Sunday. During excavations, the team identified the cathedral’s original high altar dating back to the early 12th century. An area believed to be a crypt and tombs of 12th and 13th

A Baffling $11.5 M. Sale at Phillips Marks the End of London’s Summer Auctions

The London evening sales came to a lackluster end Friday with Phillips newly introduced “20th Century to Now” sale, which brought in just over £9 million ($11.4 million).  This sum seems paltry in comparison to similar auctions held by Christie’s and Sotheby’s this week. Then again, the latter’s marquee London auctions, which raked in £199 million

Zizipho Poswa Is Using Ceramics to Celebrate Her Xhosa Ancestry

For nearly two decades, South African ceramicist and designer Zizipho Poswa has been carving ancient stories in ceramics. She’s frequently relied on clay, but she experiments with other unusual material too, like bronze. The objects she crafts are often large; they flow from a rich tapestry of her heritage. Born in Mthatha, a small town

Must-See Museum Shows Opening in February

Skip to main content Hito Steyerl: How Not to Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .MOV File, 2013 (film still), single-channel high-definition digital video and sound in architectural environment; 15 minutes, 52 seconds. Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, and Esther Schipper, Berlin. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022. Film still © Hito Steyerl For the annual Art

Must-See Museum Shows for January

Skip to main content Matthew Wong: River at Night, 2018, oil on canvas. ©Matthew Wong Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York For the annual Art in America Guide, published in print in January, the editors of A.i.A. highlight significant and intriguing museum exhibitions throughout the year. Below is a list of noteworthy shows opening in

At Tribeca Gala, Art Insiders Raise $2.7 M. for Medical Care and Emerging Artists

On Tuesday night, collectors and artists gathered in Tribeca for a gala staged by New York’s Rema Hort Mann Foundation — a philanthropic organization dedicated to funding medical support for cancer patients that has forged deep roots in the city’s cultural sector as a longtime backer of emerging artists. Guests convened for cocktails at Tribeca