Five Artist in the News: Refik Anadol Riffs Off Billions of Corals, Pop Artist Sister Corita Kent’s Photographs and Why Dasha Zhukova Hung a Rashid Johnson in Her New Art Space...

3 min read  ·  18 Jan 2024

Refik Anadol, Artificial Realities: Coral (2023). Courtesy of Refik Anadol Studios

Refik Anadol, Artificial Realities: Coral (2023). Courtesy of Refik Anadol Studios

Refik Anadol’s solo show in London opens at Serpentine North in February. The exhibition will feature an immersive new work based on a unique AI model trained by the artist with approximately 5 billion images of corals. (Martin Cid)

There’s a Rashid Johnson among other works in the lobby of Ray Filly, Dasha Zhukova’s new, art-filled, live-work space in Philadelphia. The power collector, museum founder and philanthropist tells Surface about her plans for her latest venture.

Gego’s sculptures and Frank Gehry’s architecture come together in striking alignment at the Guggenheim Bilbao, writes Sculpture magazine. The major retrospective, first shown in New York, features nearly 150 works by the German-Venezuelan Modernist artist.

Corita Kent, the Los Angeles nun who upset the Catholic church in the 1960s with her Pop art screenprints, was also a prolific documentary photographer. Her archive is now the subject of a new book that is a “dazzling dive”, writes Blind magazine.

Huma Bhabha’s biggest exhibition so far is taking place at MOCO Montpelier. The sprawling survey also honors the memory of its late curator and the museum’s director, Vincent Honoré, who died suddenly in November, Judith Benhamouhuet notes.