Feature | Losing Venus: An exhibition by Matt J Smith
Matt Smith's exhibition Losing Venus consisted of multiple installations at the Pitt Rivers Museum
FotoFile | Matthew Marks Shows Ken Price’s Pluto Ware for the First time.
Featuring 24 ceramics and works on paper made between 1993 and 1996. Price called these works Pluto Ware, a pun on the word pollution.
Feature | Bosco Sodi: Vers l’Espagne is a Love Letter to Spanish Art
Kasmin’s exhibition of new work by Bosco Sodi (October 8–November 12, 2020) is Sodi’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.
Feature | A Masterful Exhibition by Marit Tingleff
The Keramikmuseum Westerwald presented Marit Tingleff: Earthen Things (June 12 – October 31 2021)
Feature | David Adjaye: Dramatizing Martin Luther King Jr.’s “authentic conscience of the labor movement”.
The Ghanian-British architect Sir David Adjaye, and his firm Adjaye Associates, has completed the Public Member Spaces of the new headquarters in New York City
Feature | Leilah Babirye: Kuchu Clans of Buganda
Ebika Bya ba Kuchu mu Buganda II, at Stephen Friedman Gallery brings together large-scale ceramic works, wooden sculptures, masks and vibrant paintings on paper.