The Resurgence of Spirituality in Art

Spirituality Has Long Been Erased From Art History. Here’s Why It’s Having a Resurgence Today With an Agnes Pelton show on the horizon at the Whitney, we investigate the trend for spiritually-minded art. What to do when, in the words… Continue Reading

The Medium’s Medium

The Medium’s Medium A pair of new exhibitions looks at how Spiritualism influenced modern art, and how its followers believed they could contact the dead, writes Kelly Grovier. Every age invents the language that it needs. Posterity will determine what… Continue Reading

RADIO NOKO: Transmission #3

RADIO NOKO: Transmission #3 Barry William Hale and Scott Barnes from NOKO210 discuss aspects of their work 7 X 3 = 21 sq from 2004 in relation to aspects of the of the Enochian Magick system. Comment upon the record… Continue Reading

Spiritualist Drawings that Open Portals to Other Dimensions

  Spiritualist Drawings that Open Portals to Other Dimensions Often compared to the work of Hilma af Klint, dozens of rarely-seen drawings by the late Swiss healer and Spiritualist are on view at the Serpentine Gallery. Maria Cynkier for HYPERALLERGIC… Continue Reading

Hilma Af Klint – The Mother of Abstraction @ the Guggenheim

  CRITIC’S PICK ‘Hilma Who?’ No More Spiritual sparks helped inspire the radical and visionary art of Hilma af Klint, the new (old) name to know. Her work is on view at the Guggenheim. The New York Times Roberta Smith… Continue Reading