I’ve studied dance nearly my whole life. I understand well the ways it can be inscrutable and transcendent. More often than not, the new documentary reveals how little dance is understood, and the pitfalls of trying to represent it.
The painting will feature in the museum’s One Basquiat exhibition, January 26–March 11.
Through rituals, recipes, artworks, and film, remembering and reclaiming the past and the present.
Under a new policy, prisoner access to books, warm clothing, and healthy food (among other things) will be severely restricted.
Trying to label the border wall prototypes as Land Art (and Trump and the American people as engaged in a collaborative artwork) artist Christoph Büchel raises some unpleasant questions.
To conclude her exhibition Speculative Fetish, Faith Holland curates an evening of GIFs by over 35 artists.
Celebrate the winter solstice with Sibyl Kempson’s rituals tuning in to the sun.
The French government has declared the original manuscript of the Marquis de Sade’s notorious novel a national treasure and forbidden its removal from France.
The final event in the Hirshhorn Museum’s Ai Weiwei series will discuss the challenges and necessity of art making amid political turmoil.
Whoop Dee Doo’s installation at the Knockdown Center will conclude in a high-energy, community-driven performance.
A night of astrology, tarot, community, and Leonardo da Vinci at MoMA.
Léger’s sophisticated, imaginative examinations of the machine aesthetic coincided with one of history’s most fraught technological periods.