This Santa Fe exhibition examines methods of making and maintaining a home in liminal spaces constructed by colonialism through painting and installation.
The sixth edition of the largest photography biennial in the US will consider lens-based art’s documentation of life on earth, and the notion of breaking records.
On view in Louisville, Kentucky, until November 6, the triennial’s second edition exhibits work by 11 artists responding to current socio-political issues in the United States.
Residential fellowships at SAAM and its Renwick Gallery provide funding, collections access, and professional advancement to scholars researching the art, craft, and visual culture of the US.
A new pilot fellowship program will grant New York City Tri-State arts organizations an opportunity to showcase their community’s work.
Brooklyn-based artist Rebecca Ward explores the landscape of queer motherhood in a new solo exhibition at New Mexico’s SITE Santa Fe.
The National Museum of the American Indian’s exhibition Native New York wants to change how visitors see Native people and New York State.
From September 15 to 17, public events in Ithaca, New York, feature 40 artists and commissioned works by Xu Bing, Mendi & Keith Obadike, Sara Jimenez, and Paul Vanouse.
Featuring more than 180 works by iconic artists, the exhibition is the last project conceived and curated by the late art historian, curator, and critic Germano Celant.
Made of iron and recycled cardboard boxes, Choe U-ram’s ship puts on a performance that seeks to reconstruct reality. On view in Seoul through February 26, 2023.
Focusing on the concept of “collapse” in relation to the dynamic and static forces of systems change, the symposium will take place in Providence, Rhode Island, from September 21 to 23.
Programming in New York City consists of conversations, screenings, reading, and research about work that enacts transformation.