LOS ANGELES — In Lynda Benglis’s most up-to-date exhibition, Excavation at Blum & Poe, the sensuality of her sculptures is as seductive as ever, but the forces of gravity that described her seminal poured latex and polyurethane parts are traded for lightness. The large bronze sculptures, accompanied by a room […]

Dore O., Alaska, 1968, 16 mm transferred to DCP, shade, seem, 18 minutes. THE Visuals MOST Related with the German filmmaker and artist Dore O. are of a female, encounter-up like Millais’s Ophelia, drifting phantasmally in excess of ocean waters, her body a gauzy projection superimposed onto a blue backdrop […]

Since the Queensland Art Gallery opened at South Bank on 21 June 1982, the Cultural Centre has evolved into the arts and culture centrepiece of Queensland. The Queensland Art Gallery celebrates 40 years at South Bank in 2022, and together with the Cultural Centre, are architecturally significant and demonstrate the […]

As you step off the elevator into this much-anticipated solo show by Lubaina Himid, who won the 2017 Turner Prize, a medley of colorful flags wave as if in welcome. Yellow, blue, and oxblood red, they are emblazoned with messages such as there could be an endless ocean and why […]

IRVINE, CA — I went to high school not too far from the University of California, Irvine, at a small school with a dedicated arts program. With my peers vying for spots in UCI’s MFA program after graduating, I became aware of the university’s reputation as an art school, which […]