BRISTOL, UK — On Saturday night here, in a concert hall whose former life as a church moved him to sing hymns, artist Theaster Gates gave a site-specific performance that brought many audience members to tears and prompted others to walk out.
INDIANAPOLIS — The domestic and personal are generally accorded critical attention when cast as dysfunctional; Michelle Grabner presents the domestic as a relatively positive creative force.
LONDON — After visiting two of the art fairs being held in London this fall, I couldn’t help but compare and contrast Frieze London 2015 and Sluice_2015.
LONDON — Last year was my first Frieze London fair, and I was baffled that it could seem so desultory, given that it was chock-a-block with pointlessly novel artworks.
HOLLAND, Mich. — When I first heard that Hope College was building a new art museum my first thought was: Why?
MUSKEGON, Mich. — What’s especially significant about Manierre Dawson is that he made his breakthrough to non-objective imagery prior to any exposure to modernist 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.