The Art & Society Census, a new project launched by the Brooklyn Public Library, hopes to take stock of changes in culture.
Who gets remembered and how?
In Sable Elyse Smith’s exhibition Ordinary Violence, the artist’s father is both muse and specter.
The guitarist of the No Wave band DNA talks about the 1970s in Downtown New York and his friend Hélio Oiticica, whose retrospective is now at the Whitney Museum.
According to the international exhibition Minimal Baroque, contemporary art has locked Minimalism and maximalism in a lusty embrace. Moreover, the show claims this antithetical premise to be a productive condition of art making today.