This week, the full story behind the closing of the Marciano Art Foundation, the LA County Museum of Art’s debt issues, colonialism and Parasite, a Hieronymus Bosch parade, and more.
I haven’t played the game Death Stranding, but I know one thing: The score, composed by Ludvig Forssell for prepared piano, synthesizer, and found percussion, is beautiful.
Myles’s poems walk and shift with all their pieces sloshing this way and that, and invite the reader for the ride.
The Disappearance of My Mother honors the staunch conviction and introversion of Benedetta Barzini, who shunned Warhol celebrity for political solidarity, and in her later years, Spartan solitude.
Painting’s funeral was canceled at the last minute.
To manipulate the historical record, I would think, is to abandon the search for truth.
To assert one’s inner life in a time of reactionary politics is a radical act.
Takuji Hamanaka’s works seem to have been made by a mason who lives in a heightened state of consciousness.
For The Hungry Artist Exhibit, David Datuna invites us to reenact the “performance piece” in which he ate Maurizio Cattelan’s $120,000 banana artwork.
5Pointz $6.75M Update This article has been removed at the request of the authors, Juyoun Han and Audrey Tseng, due to circumstances outside of our control.
On April 21, Zamora will activate the roof garden, while Bove’s work will fill the façade niches starting September 9.
Employees tell the Philadelphia Inquirer that James A. Cincotta would hit, slap, punch, pinch, and shove his colleagues to the point of bruising and tears, as well as denigrate them verbally, often in public.