January 26, 2022

Gordon Parks Foundation Names Bisa Butler, Andre D. Wagner, and Nicole R. Fleetwood as Fellows

The Gordon Parks Foundation—an organization that works in service of the legacy of the late, great photographer Gordon Parks—has named three new fellows for 2022: textile artist Bisa Butler, photographer Andre D. Wagner, and scholar and curator Nicole R. Fleetwood. Each fellow will receive $25,000 to support “projects examining themes of representation and social justice,”

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Spain Investigates Banking Heir Paloma Botín Over Purchase of Looted Artifact

Paloma Botín, the daughter of Spanish Santander banking chairman Emilio Botín, and her husband Ricardo Gómez-Acebo, the Marquis of La Deleitosa, are the subject of an investigation into the potential fraudulent purchase of an antiquity dated from the 6th century B.C.E. The artifact was believed to have been looted from an archaeological site and subsequently

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Asian Art

Knit Coral Suits and Vibrant Marine Creatures Spring From Mulyana’s Whimsical Yarn-Based Ecosystems

All images © Mulyana, courtesy of Sapar Contemporary, shared with permission In Mulyana’s Fragile Ecologies, two figures cloaked in coral and algae tower over beds of fiber-based sea creatures. The Indonesian artist continues his playful and eccentric approach to marine life conservation in his solo show on view through March 4 at Sapar Contemporary, which

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