ST. LOUIS — Watching the Kelley Walker exhibition at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis unravel in the span of a few weeks, from what the museum promoted as its most ambitious installation to date — taking over the entire museum for the fall season — to becoming a disgraced footnote in contemporary exhibition making, it’s clear that what we have witnessed is a failure of the idea of the institution.
LOS ANGELES — This week, Machine Project presents an underwater art show, an exhibition on youth culture in Los Angeles opens at the Vincent Price Museum, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel hosts German artist Isa Genzken’s first solo show in LA, and more.
Alma Thomas was the sole black female artist in what became known as the Washington Color School, and the current exhibition reveals some of the complexity of her art.
People thought #DaddyWillSaveUs was satire; it was, instead, the dismayingly self-serious House of Trump Art.
Art, politics and cities in transition is a two day symposium that explores the role of art and creative industries in urban regeneration.
Walking through the tents of Frieze Art Fair last weekend, visual evidence of Brexit’s impact was all around.
The 2016 edition of Art in Odd Places included a monument to Henrietta Lacks, a “Red Line” archive, and roving dialogues on the theme of race.
From headlines on ice cap conditions to research on biodiversity loss to terrifying descriptions of earthquakes yet to occur, the stories on climate change that reach us daily simply overwhelm.
Meet the second year grads in the “best kept secret” MFA Studio Art program in the country, UConn’s graduate studio art program.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — Like many an immigrant’s tale, Osman Khan’s ambitious installation work begins with a journey.
Jaya Howey takes painting very seriously, and so he finds himself in a very serious corner.
This week, write a letter to our future president, participate in performance art karaoke, explore the city’s normally off-limits architecture, and visit the 20th annual Gowanus Open Studios.