David Byrne is the founder of Reasons to be Cheerful.
This bustling Nigerian city is bursting at the seams with art fairs, biennials and galleries. Now, some of the artists who left to find work elsewhere are returning home.
These days, the litigators hauling climate change scoundrels into court are doing more than any politician to keep our environment healthy and livable.
Not long ago I ended up at a biennial in Kochi, a little Indian city with a thriving art scene. Could this be a place where artists can make a living?
More and more institutions and even whole countries are ending their investments in fossil fuels. This is happening. Money talks.
These days, fossil fuels look like a shakier investment than ever. As more investors decide the smart money is on clean energy, a tipping point appears near.
Our future survival may depend on our ability to adopt more selfless habits. One city has proven we can do it.
Is the art world in the midst of a vast diffusion? These days, creative ecologies are proliferating, and the center appears to be everywhere and nowhere.