What Is Zenga?

Recent years have seen essential work being done to reframe and rearticulate narratives of art history that are more nuanced, layered, and intersectional. We have witnessed ever more vital considerations that reckon with periods of erasure and artists’ work that has previously been unheeded, even as it revises our thinking of mainstream movements including Art…

Sport and the Arts Meet at This One of a Kind Training Camp

Grand Cayman welcomes an international group of sprint and hurdle athletes united in their pursuit of peak performance for the upcoming Olympic qualifiers. Dedicated to full-time training, they balance track workouts at Cayman National Stadium with strength and flexibility sessions at Palm Heights Athletics. Under the mentorship of renowned coaches and therapists Stuart McMillan and…

Behind the Biennale: A Greenlandic Artist Will Represent Denmark in Venice for the First Time

Overseen by Brazilian curator Adriano Pedrosa, the 60th Venice Biennale, titled Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere, endeavours to give space and visibility to historically marginalised voices through an ambitious and multidisciplinary programme. Ahead of the International Art Exhibition’s launch — open to the public from 20 April 2024 — Something Curated introduces a new series,…

Review: On Displacement and Territory in Stephanie Comilang’s ‘Search for Life’

Stephanie Comilang’s solo exhibition, Search for Life, at TBA21 Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art in Madrid, Spain, offers a visual representation of migration through film and textile installations. The exhibition’s title was inspired by Dirty Projectors’ song of the same name, which sparked Comilang’s thought of how a butterfly might put together a song. This butterfly perspective…

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