Mar 15, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Mar 15, 2023
The Boston-based artist looks at converting data collected around changing weather and natural disasters into a tool to demystify science, humanising the experience.
Mar 14, 2023
by Manu Sharma Mar 14, 2023
The Japanese artist Hiroki Okamoto discusses his digital art practice that eliminates humans from its method and mutates man-made forms such as buildings.
Mar 12, 2023
by Shraddha Nair Mar 12, 2023
Sunaparanta Goa Centre For The Arts is presenting the third iteration of Growing Like A Tree, a curatorial debut by Bunu Dhungana and Sadia Marium Rupa.
Mar 11, 2023
by Rosalyn D`Mello Mar 11, 2023
Curator Emanuele Guidi’s final exhibition at ar/ge kunst pays homage to a little known yet pivotal African American art critic settled in South Tyrol.
Mar 10, 2023
by Vatsala Sethi Mar 10, 2023
Craft Front & Center, a permanent collection at MAD in New York, is showcasing evolution of the American crafts movement, exploring themes of transformation, identity, and sustainability.
Mar 09, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Mar 09, 2023
Through the exhibition, the photographer introspects on the intensification of images, how frame rates subsist movement, and re-looking in the age of information saturation.
Mar 08, 2023
by Rahul Kumar Mar 08, 2023
STIR speaks with the artist duo to learn about their inspirations, art process and art journey for the exhibition taking place in Spain.
Mar 07, 2023
by Rose Lejeune Mar 07, 2023
At the recently concluded Art Dubai 2023, 10 artists presented performance pieces through the lens of food, allowing food to act both as metaphor and a literal site of exchange.
Mar 06, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Mar 06, 2023
The exhibition Ai Yo, by Korean artist Jenny Wu at Morton Fine Art, is a seamless flow of composition, colour, control, and a chance at intersecting maths and art.
Mar 03, 2023
by Bongo Mei Mar 03, 2023
STIR looks at the diversity of African art styles, by focusing on three artists and galleries, shaping the African art landscape with progressive aestheticism.
Mar 02, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Mar 02, 2023
Non-Aligned, Non-Alienated by Nathalie Muchamad at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2022, investigates familial history, spice trade in Asia and its significance in imperial history.
Mar 01, 2023
by Maghie Ghali Mar 01, 2023
At the Tuwaiq Sculpture exhibition in Durrat Al Riyadh, public witnessed live sculpting of large-scale artworks, experiencing the completed artworks post production.
Feb 25, 2023
by Sonia Bhatnagar Feb 25, 2023
Hair and Her at India Art Fair 2023 unravelled the history of a woman's hair and in doing so, revealed a history of subjugation that cuts across cultures, nations and generations.
Feb 25, 2023
by Rahul Kumar Feb 25, 2023
STIR speaks with London-based sculptor and photographer Lorenzo Vitturi on his exhibition birthed through collaborations with rug-making artisans of Peru and India.
Feb 22, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 22, 2023
The multimedia exhibition by Jura Shust at Management, New York, acquaints viewers to the many lives of ancient conifer trees, contextually exploring human relationship to forests.
Feb 21, 2023
by Rosalyn D`Mello Feb 21, 2023
Titled Tunstate, the Istanbul-based artist’s new body of work extends her enquiry into naturally occurring states of being, dwelling on the politics of borders, migratory movements, and doomsday capitalism.
Feb 20, 2023
by Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi Feb 20, 2023
STIR speaks to Vibha Galhotra about her recent exhibition titled Silent Seasons, at Nature Morte in New Delhi, that spoke about a world of complete extinction.
Feb 18, 2023
by Manu Sharma Feb 18, 2023
Co-curators Hadas Maor and Tal Michael Haring discuss with STIR the ambitious augmented reality project titled Seeing the Invisible.
Feb 17, 2023
by Urvi Kothari Feb 17, 2023
STIR speaks with curators Mika Yoshitake and Doryun Chong to discover the world of cross-disciplinary artist Yayoi Kusama through her seven-decade long artistic career.
Feb 15, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 15, 2023
The Austrian architecture photographer ascends difficult terrains to create photographs, allowing viewers to experience a milieu that is hitherto unseen, yet continues to survive.
Feb 14, 2023
by Rahul Kumar Feb 14, 2023
Running parallel to the Kochi Muziris Biennale 2022, STIR explores a curation of selected immersive works by emerging young artists and curators at the Kochi Students' Biennale.
Feb 13, 2023
by Shraddha Nair Feb 13, 2023
Curator Joasia Krysa talks to STIR about the upcoming Helsinki Biennial, titled New Directions May Emerge, and the idea of ecological revival.
Feb 12, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 12, 2023
Winter Light, curated by Cedar Lewisohn, features light sculptures, kinetic light works, video works, and 2D installations by both established and emerging artists.
Feb 11, 2023
by STIRworld Feb 11, 2023
Exploring the ethos, history and possible futures of the genre through an offbeat Spanish comics exhibition.
Feb 09, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Feb 09, 2023
In a presentation by Galleria Continua, the artist is presenting a site-specific installation and two other works derived from an interaction between packing tape, light, and space.
Feb 08, 2023
by Vatsala Sethi Feb 08, 2023
STIR curates a list of parallel events at the India Art Fair 2023, that will allow visitors to connect with art and ideas, while supporting the Indian art community.
Feb 08, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Feb 08, 2023
Artland at SeMA Seoul brings together a new world with imaginary flora and fauna, for younger audiences to build upon, in a refreshingly playful take on participatory art.
Feb 03, 2023
by Manu Sharma Feb 03, 2023
In conversation with STIR, two digital artists in residence at India Art Fair 2023, explore their process and practice, bringing vividly different takes on their craft.
Feb 01, 2023
by Rahul Kumar Feb 01, 2023
STIR speaks to galleries on their special inclusion at the India Art Fair which will present 86 exhibitors and more than 1000 artists from February 9-12, 2023, in New Delhi.
Jan 31, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 31, 2023
The exhibition at JAX 03, Riyadh, part of the Noor Riyadh festival, narrates a three-part journey of technology, architectonics of light, and its role in shaping our consciousness.
Jan 30, 2023
by Sunena V Maju Jan 30, 2023
MIT List Visual Arts Centre’s exhibition Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere presents artworks that ‘collaborate’ with symbionts to create BioArt.
Jan 27, 2023
by Bongo Mei Jan 27, 2023
STIR examines Bongi Dhlomo Collection at Javett Art Centre in South Africa, exploring acts of creative defiance under the oppressive apartheid system, of late 20th century.
Jan 27, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 27, 2023
The spectrum of unconventional material in the exhibition Bitch on Wheels by Tora Schultz at O-Overgarden sets a proposition to defy the pattern of structural bias into motion.
Jan 26, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Jan 26, 2023
Artist Massinissa Selmani discusses his exhibition of drawn forms that question militarisation, surveillance and media in what can be seen as a world in perpetual conflict.
Jan 24, 2023
by Niyati Dave Jan 24, 2023
STIR speaks with Himali Singh Soin and David Soin Tappeser about The Third Pole at Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, which creates a subversive fictional mythology of the Polar regions.
Jan 21, 2023
by Rahul Kumar Jan 21, 2023
Rudi Minto de Wijs, Director, New Curators speaks to STIR about the initiative, its vision, and how it is aimed to make visual arts more diverse.
Jan 18, 2023
by Vatsala Sethi Jan 18, 2023
At Le Bon Marché Paris, Subodh Gupta presents Sangam, a show of large-scale installations in his signature style, through the assembly of well-used utensils and daily-use objects.
Jan 17, 2023
by Ayca Okay Jan 17, 2023
Twenty-five artists take over the concrete maze with their art, which is based on the stage of metamorphosis to show alternative ways to shift one's perspective of time and place.
Jan 15, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Jan 15, 2023
Paj qaum ntuj / Flowers of the Sky, an exhibition of works by the artist at the Walker Art Center, situates the history of land, loss and resilience in the community.
Jan 14, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 14, 2023
Ivan Argote with his latest exhibition Prémonitions at Galerie Perrotin, Paris, explored the importance of the relationship between historical narrative and architecture.