Dreaming of the future? So did the late Bodys Isek Kingelez, whose debut solo exhibition in the United States opens May 26 at MoMA, with his fantastical sculptural cityscapes made with found objects.
Blowing off steam on a Monday courtesy of #MarilynMinter’s “My Cuntry, ’Tis of Thee” now on view @regenprojects. For more of the artist’s provocative work, visit culturedmag.com.
Sundays are for reading Cultured. @stormkingartcenter’s exhibition "Indicators: Artists on Climate Change” opened to the public this weekend and brings together over fifteen artists whose work helps highlight and raise awareness about the effects of climate change. Pictured here, @jennykendler’s Birds Watching with our latest issue.
“The Future Starts Here,” now on view at @vamuseum is aiming high to shape the world of tomorrow. From satellites, AI to cyberculture, the exhibition brings together more than 100 projects as a panorama of possibilities for the near future. Seen here, @studiotomassaraceno’s Aerocene launches from White Sands Natural Park, 2015.
Leave it to up to #JamesTurrell’s “Above Horizon” skyspaces to illuminate our Thursday. #TBT
Tune in, turn on. Artist @haydendunham is taking over our stories. Follow along.
Spring fever hits @halfgallery today with a new show by artist @nataliegwenfrank. Known for her provocative investigations of sexuality and gender, Frank engages the narrative of #DominiqueAury’s “Story of O,” the first popular bondage novel by a woman, with a suite of new figurative works. Seen here, Story of O IV.