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Post image for Joan Jonas as Interpreter, Guide, and Ghost at the Venice Biennale

VENICE — For more than five decades, performance has formed the center of Joan Jonas’s illuminating artistic career.

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Post image for Commemorating the Civil War with Brooklyn’s Buried Dead

For 13 years, volunteers at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery scoured its archives for internments related to the US Civil War, whether soldier or civilian.

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Post image for A 19th-Century Paper Mill Transformed into a Space for Art

PLAINWELL, Mich. — In Sarah Lindley’s current installation at the historic Plainwell Paper Mill Company in southwestern Michigan, she traces the watershed of the Kalamazoo River.

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Post image for The Digital Lives of Public Art Considered in City Hall Park

Digital artifacts manifested as public sculpture populate the Public Art Fund’s Image Objects in Lower Manhattan’s City Hall Park.

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Urs Fischer,

Looming over the pedestrians of midtown Manhattan is a monumental new work, “Big Clay #4” (2013–14) made by the Swiss artist Urs Fischer.

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Post image for A Rebuilt Installation of Barbed Wire and Blurred Reality

There is a contemporary preoccupation that our culture — global, Western, ‘modern’ — will not survive.

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Post image for A Silver Room at Bushwick Open Studios

Inside Jihyun Hong’s compact studio, the artist has sheathed a whole room in metallic silver.

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Post image for Envisioning Detroit as a Postindustrial Boomtown

DETROIT — Detroit Boom City is an ambitious installation orchestrated by Atlanta’s Dashboard Co-Op by invitation of the Ford Motor Company Fund, featuring some of Detroit’s most innovative artists.

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Post image for Experience Sunset-Colored Ice Cream Cones and Other Art Interludes in Central Park

As the Central Park Conservancy celebrates its 35th year, it’s hard to imagine the decrepit shape much of the park was in when they started revitalization efforts in 1980. As part of its anniversary celebrations, the Conservancy partnered with Creative Time.

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Post image for The New Whitney Museum, a Machine for Looking at Art — and Being Seen Looking at Art

In 1977, Jean Baudrillard published his take on a shiny new art museum that had just opened in Paris.

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