Dashiell Manley, Working Between Intention and Diversion

The multimedia artworks of Dashiell Manley, which have gone and been exhibited…

Ai Weiwei's Latest Documentary Tackles the Covid-19 Response during Wuhan's Lockdown

The celebrated activist-dissident gives a rare look into the state apparatuses at work

Seeing through Textiles with Patricia Perez Eustaquio

In our conversation with the esteemed artist, we learned two things: 1) the reasons behind her fascination…

The Beirut Art Community Needs Help, Here’s How

Following the blast, we gathered some fast facts and initiatives we would like to share with you.

Jeffrey Jay Jarin’s ‘Fake Happy,’ Forever

Jeffrey Jay Jarin’s ‘Fake Happy,’ Forever

STPI Considers Post-Disjunct Living

Under the curatorial direction of Tan Siuli, Turning the Axis of the World looks engages with the…

Be a Crash-Test Dummy for ‘Disruption of Frequencies’

We find it ironic how it's the virtual show critical of itself that has the best interface so far.

For VoV’s Latest, Now’s the Time to Hover or Run

The keen artworks of Pin Calacal and Ranelle Dial do more than capture the zeitgeist, they suggest ways out…

Morocco-Made Hassan Hajjaj Debuts in Asia at Barakat Contemporary

The artist's body of works illustrates the unique coexistence of European and North African cultures.