by Aarthi Mohan Nov 25, 2023
Discover the soul of Los Angeles-based studio GRAFT’s architectural manifesto at the Taste is the Lack of Appetite exhibition at Aedes Architecture Forum, Berlin.
by Manu Sharma Nov 12, 2023
The elusive artist, who has coded over 1,500 digital artworks, discusses her process, career highlights and upcoming projects.
by Manu Sharma Nov 05, 2023
The Japanese artist’s latest exhibition Who am I Tomorrow? immerses audiences within a world of red threads and tubes in Austria’s Kunstraum Dornbirn.
by Aarthi Mohan Oct 26, 2023
Step into the immersive world of Inside-Out as artists Craig Redman and Karl Maier blur the lines between art and the viewer in Guangzhou, China.
by Urvi Kothari Oct 25, 2023
An exhibition of archives and artist responses shows how Chemould Prescott Road has been integral to Indian art history since its founding in 1963
by Sakhi Sobti Oct 20, 2023
Mexican-born American artist's practice is a testament to the graceful reconciliation of complex cultural identities.
by Almas Sadique Oct 16, 2023
The three public art and design installations celebrate American ancestry, commandeer a space for congregating and connecting, and highlight the latent strength of bamboo.
by Daria Kravchuk Oct 11, 2023
The fair at the historic Ottoman-era shipyard welcomed 21 new galleries, participating in the fair for the first time, and launching the CI Photo Focus section.
by Manu Sharma Oct 10, 2023
The Polish artist discusses his latest exhibition NEOPLAN and his wider practice centred around violence, sports, and collective expression.
by Manu Sharma Oct 06, 2023
Members of the curatorial team explore the sizable catalogue book and the expansive exhibition it accompanies.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Sep 28, 2023
Dreams That Money Can Buy subverts the categories of art, craft and authorship through the domain of child play
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 28, 2023
The artist’s exhibition at Nature Morte gallery in New Delhi uses the city as a recurrent theme to reconsider histories and monumentalisation
by Anushka Sharma Sep 26, 2023
In collaboration with media platform It’s Nice That, LEGO opens doors to a space that fosters creativity and calm in the midst of the bustling Shoreditch Design Triangle.
by Aarthi Mohan Sep 20, 2023
Glassmaker Emmanuel Barrois' transformative masterpiece Reflexions moulds light and glass into a profound exploration of human existence.
by Mrinmayee Bhoot Sep 19, 2023
Nice To Meet You Again, a spatial installation created in collaboration with Morag Myerscough, envisions a bucolic future rendered in striking colour at LDF 2023.
by Sakhi Sobti Sep 18, 2023
Hosted at the V&A, Unstruck Melody by curator Deep K Kailey presents works by Nirbhai (Nep) Singh Sidhu, that radiate with the values of Sikh teachings.
by Almas Sadique Sep 12, 2023
The event presents the showcase of ten artworks across the natural expanse of Massif du Sancy in France.
by Daria Kravchuk Sep 12, 2023
The artistic duo of David Allen Burns and Austin Young from Fallen Fruit, who work with fruit trees, public space, and museum archives, dives into the symbolics of fruits.
by Keziah Vikranth Sep 04, 2023
The Gundlach Building is an inspired modern addition to the Buffalo AKG Art Museum, a transparent structure hosting art and people in a park setting in New York.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 04, 2023
Ana Mendieta's retrospective Search for Origin, at MO.CO. Panacée, introduces the audience to her previously unseen works and recently discovered photographs.
by Zeynep Rekkali Jensen Sep 02, 2023
CHART's 11th edition captivated with Nordic art, Tivoli’s enchantment, and architectural innovation in the historic halls of Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen.
by Manu Sharma Sep 02, 2023
STIR discovers London-based artist M Lohrum's fascinating multidisciplinary practice that sits in the middle of drawing and performance.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 25, 2023
Repulsive emotions of grotesque art find a new haven in the form of the exhibition Ugly Feelings, curated by Lotte Løvholm and Georgina Maxim at Collega, Copenhagen.
by Zahra Khan Aug 23, 2023
Curated by Rachel Thomas, Dear Earth: Art and Hope in a Time of Crisis is an immersive and sensorial art exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, responding to the climate crisis.
by Aarthi Mohan Aug 22, 2023
In a conversation with STIR, LA-based enFOLD Collective explores the interplay of community, design and primordial matter in the Black — Still installation.
by Sakhi Sobti Aug 21, 2023
Land art exhibition sā Ladakh engages with the mountain terrain through a trail of artworks by local, Indian and International artists.
by Urvi Kothari Aug 19, 2023
Indigo Waves and Other Stories Re-Navigating the Afrasian Sea and Notions of Diaspora at Gropius Bau & SAVVY Contemporary observes how kinship has existed as part of Asian-African exchanges prior to the formation of nation-states.
by Aarthi Mohan Aug 19, 2023
In the heart of Shanghai's Xintiandi fashion district, BABAMA retail store by ATMOSPHERE Architects breathes life into architecture.
by Cleo Roberts-Komireddi Aug 18, 2023
The exhibition explores the intersection of art and everyday life and the role of Whitechapel Gallery at a time of uncertainty and change.
by Aarthi Mohan Aug 17, 2023
Exploring the Barcelona-based artist’s unconventional relationships with sculpture, space, and the spectator.
by Manu Sharma Aug 14, 2023
AΦE and A+E Lab's Aoi Nakamura and Esteban Lecoq discuss their work TAPE and REBOOT.
by Aarthi Mohan Aug 12, 2023
Exploring identity, absurdity and societal conformity through Austrian artist Erwin Wurm’s whimsical sculptures.
by Georgina Maddox Aug 10, 2023
Very Small Feelings presented by Kiran Nadar Museum of Art looks into the creative aspects of an inner child and approaches childhood as a place that one can enter and exit at will.
by Deepti Dutt Aug 09, 2023
UK-based NEWSUBSTANCE asked pertinent questions regarding renewability and the inheritance of structures and goes on to provide answers with their project See Monster.
by Manu Sharma Jul 31, 2023
Artists Catharine Czudej and Gowoon Lee discuss their distinctive art practices that explore the darker side of nostalgia.
by Sakhi Sobti Jul 30, 2023
Presented by Collection Garance Primat and curated by Claudia Paetzold, the exhibition Primordial Waters in Massignac, France, examines water as the foundation of life.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 29, 2023
The apocalyptic tone of the exhibition The Chicago Cli-Fi Library at Neubauer Collegium, Chicago, curated by Dieter Roelstraete is inspired by the literary subgenre of climate fiction.
by Manu Sharma Jul 27, 2023
The American artist and architect explores his latest work that repurposes waste, to raise awareness around social and environmental issues.