Sislej Xhafa, who is representing Kosovo, stands inside his exhibition titled Lost and Found. The work is Xhafa’s response to the plight of families whose relatives have been missing since the end of the Kosovo War in 1999.
The Artist Wasn’t Present: On MoMA’s Fumbled First Showing of Black American Art
From the Poor Image to Poetic Cinema: A Ranking of 20 Hito Steyerl Videos
From the Archives: A Look at Chicago’s Budding Art Scene, in 1955, by Museum Pioneer Peter Selz