It may very well be the first public sculpture that commemorates the act of taking a selfie.
LOS ANGELES — This week, new nonprofit PSSST opens with a series of events on SoCal Latino youth culture in the 1990s, a show of work from seminal Color School painter Sam Gilliam opens at David Kordansky, Andrea Bowers brings a body of labor-themed art to Susanne Vielmetter, and more.
During their first spring semester, students create an original digital short story as both author and artist. The results are on display at the annual show Digital Short Story: Small Bytes / Big Fiction, at SVA’s Flatiron Gallery.
On this week’s art crime blotter: Spanish police arrested seven people for Francis Bacon heist, a Picasso thief preyed on a Chelsea gallery, and an artist lost his head after someone stole his guillotine sculpture.
Julieta Aranda’s latest work on view at the James Fuentes gallery, has the patina of social significance and discernment.
Despite calls for a halt from US government officials and tribal leaders, EVE (Estimations Ventes aux Enchères) auction house went forward yesterday at Drouot Richelieu in Paris with a sale that included contested indigenous sacred objects and human remains.
Even while major Brutalist structures face preservation issues — like Marcel Breuer’s Central Library in Atlanta, whose fate is being decided now — the aesthetic of these concrete-based buildings continues to gain in popularity.
MILWAUKEE — As I look at this photograph of myself, lying flat with arms outstretched on the Carl Andre, I wonder about my violation of museum etiquette.
This week, see current work by legendary choreographer Yvonne Rainer, write on an abandoned house on Governors Island, learn about the Art and Social Justice Working Group, and more.
In our second episode we focus on New York’s borough of Queens, which is becoming a growing hub of artistic activity in the city.
CHICAGO — Confessions of an arts writer: my background is in theater design.
MOSCOW — There’s no hopelessness in Pavel Pepperstein’s work, no abandonment; there’s only laughter: the final laughter of those who have very little to protect them from the world.