Negotiating future relations and renewed trade agreements has rekindled long standing grievances between Britain and its neighboring European counterparts regarding the unlawful possession of cultural artefacts.
Featuring an array of out-of-this-world work, the dedicated Claudia Andujar exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, celebrates her extraordinary contributions both as an artist and human activist
Blurring the lines between the perceived reality and fiction, iconic Chinese artistic duo, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu’s latest exhibition aims to present the audience with an intimate and interpretive analysis of life
French fashion house, Yves Saint Laurent honors model Betty Catroux for her contributions to the Fondation Pierre Bergé at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent in Paris.
Though eerily beautiful, Paradise Lost features Beirut’s historic architectural elements amidst crumbling stone and rotting timber, shedding light on the city’s troubling history of bombardment.
Addressing issues of hyper-production and the consequences of commodifying all that is visible – “The Supermarket of Images” is a dedicated platform for the study of visual culture by the Jeu de Paume arts centre and Jaeger-LeCoultre.
RED is Ritzy Animation’s first ever in-house short film, which details an epic story of redemption through Rudolph’s zero to hero ‘career’ moments
Photographing subjects not as they appeared in reality but how they felt to him, Ansel Adams is the most renowned and revered environmentalist and photographer of the 20th century.