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Reimagining Basquiat's works as sonic landscapes
An exhibition delves into the artist's musical foundations, exploring the inspiration he found in punk, no wave, hip hop and jazz.
Bottega Veneta celebrates 10 years in Brazil with The Square São Paulo
Assessing the legacy of Italian-Brazilian Modernist Lina Bo Bardi, the exhibition is a testament to the transformative potential of art and design.
The gallerists redefining New York's evolving art scene
The city is home to a new wave of venues and roving spaces spearheaded by art lovers inspired — and brave — enough to forge a new path.
Sin Wai Kin’s chameleonic solo show envisions a world beyond binaries
In ‘Dreaming the End’, the multidisciplinary artist draws on Italian arthouse cinema to explore the notion of identity in perpetual flux.
A painter reimagines his Haitian childhood through magical realism
The artist Didier William carves out memories from his youth growing up in an immigrant household – albeit not exactly as they happened.
Margarita Lila Rosa
Powerful photographs of Congo's HIV+ queer community
Régis Samba-Kounzi gazes sensitively and directly at an epidemic that is increasingly overlooked in his home country.
Aistė Stancikaitė's pink-hued study of self-intimacy
Exploring existence and the existential, the Lithuanian painter's provocative work forms part of 'Beyond The Veil' at Guts Gallery.
Alannah Farrell's oil paintings contemplate the anxiety of modern queer life
In their latest show, artist Alannah Farrell protests the taboo discourse around gender dysphoria with emotional nuance.
Lorena Lohr paints nude muses in the Arizona desert
Inspired by Greyhound bus tours of the US and 'The Birth of Venus', the Canadian-British artist creates alt-Western fantasies.
Gaetano Pesce is all about the future
The 83-year-old icon of design has had a resurgence, thanks in part to his ongoing collaborations with Bottega Veneta. We sat down with him at Milan Design Week.
Chalisée Naamani's art reimagines Persian and Parisian iconography
Layering floral motifs, reimagined rugs and family heirlooms, Chalisée Naamani tells stories steeped in politics with her layered tableaus.
Photographing the defiantly queer carnival performers of 60s & 70s Bolivia
David Aruquipa Pérez's archive unearths a vital, vibrant facet of the Andean nation's LGBTQ+ history.