The Back Room: Initial Descent?

This week in the Back Room: sorting through South Florida, a rookie sensation at the Rubell, a Hong Kong competition-stoker, and much more. The post The Back Room: Initial Descent? appeared first on Artnet News. [Read More...]

What Learning To Read Braille Did To My Brain

“‘Surely the part of my brain that I used to read with shut down at the same time as my sight?’ asks Red Szell in this video. (He) lost his sight several years ago due to Retinitis pigmentosa – and … earlier this year, Szell decided to … [Read More...]

Best Songs of 2022

Seventy tracks that identify, grapple with or simply dance away from the anxieties of yet another uncertain year. [Read More...]

Independent New York Names Exhibitors for 2023 Fair

The Independent art fair has announced the exhibitors for its forthcoming edition in New York, which will run from May 11 to 14 at Tribeca’s Spring Studios. The small-scale but reliably elegant event, now in its 14th year, has an unusual model in which prospective participants are nominated by the fair’s… [Read More...]

The Best Movies Of 2022

Spanning eras, genres, formats, styles and languages, the most stirring films this year are the ones that are grounded in their specificity. [Read More...]

Why Theatre Isn’t Just For The Privileged

 We have to collect the stories and inspire people, rather than fighting hipsters and fighting people who are gentrifiers—people don’t really understand how gentrification works. It’s not about white people coming in; Latinos can gentrify too. – American Theatre [Read More...]