It’s fair to say that images of sporting have a relatively marginal place in our art world.
Abbott aimed her lens at so many 20th-century subjects that her photographs challenge us to rethink modernity itself.
It is clear to me now that seeing Jess’s art was the beginning of my awareness that there was a multitude of what John Ashbery called “other traditions.”
Horace Pippin was a self-taught artist out of necessity, as the society in which he lived had shut most of its doors on him.
Mapping Resistance: The Young Lords in El Barrio, a public art exhibition on the civil rights organization, displays the group’s spirit of refusal to accept our skewed legal, political, economic, and social organization system.
Arthur will display and give away her floral sculptures next Saturday, August 31 at 2 pm on the boardwalk of Beach 70th street, in Far Rockaway, NYC.
Sometimes you just can’t trust your eyes.
Artistic Director of Aichi Triennial Responds to Artists | In response to the artists' open letter, Daisuke Tsuda, the artistic director of the Aichi Triennial, has released a letter addressing the controversy, saying, "The closure of the exhibition was a decision to prioritize the lives of visitors and staff who were in a position of imminent danger. Our greatest respect for freedom of expression, however, has remained constant throughout." Read the full story here.
Some exciting things to stream right now include a half-hour monologue on masculinity and abuse, a look at the difficulties of building public housing, and a survey of all the weird and wonderful Simpsons fan creations.
The Shed at Hudson Yards and Damien Hirst’s $100,000-per-night Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort made the cut.
On view through September 21, 2019 at Ice House Gallery in Petaluma, CA. The Catalogue Essay is by Barry Nemett.
The groundbreaking television show’s second season speaks to the immense power of chosen family.