Go behind the scenes to watch Benjamin Millepied plan his inaugural gala and, inadvertently, his own exit from the fabled institution.
Ever since the illustrious U.S. art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney launched the Whitney Biennial in New York in 1932, this venerable survey of contemporary art in America has become the Holy Grail for up-and-coming artists looking to snag a spot in this coveted exhibition lineup and take their shot at fame and fortune.
From December 3, 2016 to April 17, 2017, the Vancouver Art Gallery will feature inaugural edition of its new triennial in the form of exhibit Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, which strives to document the development of Vancouver’s contemporary art scene and the shifts it has undergone since the 2010 Winter Olympics.
To celebrate the sparkling cityscape, the fourth annual Illuminate SF Festival of Light hosts series of events showcasing 35 installations until New Year’s Day.
The Nutcracker ballet has become a quintessential holiday tradition, though dance companies have been known to put their own spins on the classic tale.
Marina Abramović has garnered attention with performance works characterized by extreme ambition and discipline. In her new memoir, Walk Through Walls, Abramović cathartically writes on life, love, art, and loss.
By offering humour and entertainment entwined with a lucid appraisal of the present, PuSh 2017 demonstrates a strength and maturity of programming of which Vancouver may be rightfully proud.
Normand Latourelle strides into one of the white tents anchored near the shores of Lake Ontario, where the members of his multinational equestrian spectacular, Odysseo, are having lunch. He is all smiles, even as he acknowledges that he can’t remember anyone’s name.
Explorations of whether loneliness is a social malice, or something prehistorically determined, even necessary.