The debut film by New York-based artist Rirkrit Tiravanija will premiere at the Venice Film Festival this weekend. The film, Lung Neaw Visits His Neighbours, marks the Thai-born artist’s first directorial effort. Mr. Tiravanija is best known for his installations, which usually feature him cooking for his visitors.
The film was shot in a documentary Read More
Los Angeles Times art critic Christopher Knight had a charming and brilliant article in the paper the other day on why Andy Warhol chose to make art out of Campbell’s soup cans.
Mr. Knight argues that the soup inspiration came from Abstract Expressionist painter Willem de Kooning, who was known to call his Read More
BASEL, SWITZERLAND — Things are really cooking at Art Basel.
No, really: they’re cooking.
The smell of curry wafted down the aisles as The Observer neared the row of booths at the edge of the fair designated for the “Feature” section of special projects, many of them solo shows. The Observer rounded the corner at Read More