Inside Sadie Coles HQ’s New Regent Street Pop-Up

Presented by Sadie Coles HQ and running through June, the view from there is a pop-up exhibition of twenty-seven films from around the world shown in a former retail space on London’s Regent Street. The exhibition can be viewed from the street on a 24-hour basis, as well as inside the space during normal gallery…

The Pavilions Not To Miss At This Year’s Venice Architecture Biennale

The 17th Venice Architecture Biennale curated by Lebanese educator and practitioner Hashim Sarkis brings together 61 national pavilions connected to the theme of How Will We Live Together?. A timely subject, which has been further intensified by recent global events, the curator has asked its participants to imagine spaces where, “We can generously live together.” Two…

Meet The Winners Of The Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards 2021

The Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards, established in 1985 by Andor Kraszna-Krausz, the founder of Focal Press, have announced the winners of the 2021 edition of the esteemed prize. The books shortlisted for this year’s Photography Book Award and Moving Image Book Award address diverse global issues relating to race, justice and identity. Ranging from illuminating artist…

Wong Ping On His Upcoming Exhibition At The New Museum

Over the past ten years, Hong Kong-based artist Wong Ping has developed a highly personal, self-taught style of animation to craft tales of individual desire, societal pressure, and political upheaval. Before his colourful and sometimes disturbing stories of life in Hong Kong received mainstream attention from the art world, the artist worked in television broadcasting…

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