Armajani passed away in his home on August 27. His last artworks focused on immigration and the threats to American liberty.
Neshat shares why she moved away from still photography to video, and why she thinks her work feels “very relevant” today.
In her new book on changing patterns of cultural production and consumption, Fatima Bhutto posits that it’s not American pop songs but K-Pop that has become the soundtrack of globalization.
Born in Tehran and having made his home in Minneapolis, historical and familial references abound in this artist’s body of work that draws in equal measure from the arts and the sciences.
While MoMA has received accolades for its rehang in protest of the so-called Muslim ban, the issue brings up many questions about the work that never gets shown and why.