What to See Now
Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by Her Writings (Tate St. Ives, England)
Through April 29, 2018
Virginia Woolf’s writing acts as a prism through which to explore feminist perspectives on landscape, domesticity, and identity in both modern and contemporary art. The exhibition includes works by over 80 artists and was made possible by a Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Research Grant from Art Fund.
Ya Basta Hijos de Puta. Teresa Margolles (PAC, Milan, Italy)
March 28–May 20, 2018
PAC in Milan displays a solo exhibition of 14 Teresa Margolles installations. Her works use a minimalist, crude realism style to examine issues of death, social injustice, gender hate, marginalization, and corruption—a witness to contemporary societies’ many complexities. The exhibition is a part of the Milanese Art Week, which focuses on contemporary art.
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival (Toronto, Canada)
April 26–May 6, 2018
2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the Hot Docs Documentary Festival, the largest in North America. In 1993 Hot Docs separated from DOC with the hope of becoming an individual entity to showcase and support the work and excellence of Canadian and international documentary filmmakers. It released a lineup of 246 films and 16 interdisciplinary projects from around the world for display at this year’s event.
PEN World Voices Festival: Resist and Reimagine (New York City)
April 16–22, 2018
The 2018 PEN World Voices Festival brings together more than 165 writers and artists from over 50 nationalities to use their words and ideas for inspiration. It features conversations and debates over international literature and the promotion of free expression as well as readings and workshops, fostering a more collective experience.