Public art, Dominican diaspora, and the freedom fighting Art of the ’60s.
Unearthing the gems that history has mistakenly written out.
Time, sensory experiences, and film, when intuition and research overlap.
Why the cradle of humankind deserves its dedicated art museum.
A winter 2020 round-up of curators seriously poetical readings.
Language, remembering, and defining your own.
Periphery no more: the far east and the black sea get to be their own centres for art production.
Refined executions, Sri Lankan jungle, the aesthetics of cancer, and tamarind cocktails!
Threading a long, eclectic list of curatorial themes.
When creating space for others goes along making your own art.
Researching the interwoven narratives that shape Art History in Southeast Asia.
Advocating the work of Baltic artists and topics that push the boundaries of what Art can talk about.