In Soulèvements, an ahistorical exhibition of art made for and about acts of protest, works either make their political agendas self-evident or embed them in their formal properties.
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David Gleeson and Mary Mihelic hoped they’d be able to retire their Trump campaign bus–turned–rolling anti-Trump art project after November 8. Now they can’t.
In North Dakota and beyond, Native American artists and their allies are creating work in support of the water protectors fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
VCUarts’ Kinetic Imaging MFA is a two-year, studio-based, fine art program designed to support six to eight graduate students each year.
This week, discuss the election at an open forum, make textile-based works on Black Friday, see two important new films about race and civil rights, and more.
“Bouquet of Tulips” is intended as a gesture of Franco-American solidarity following last year’s terrorist attacks in the French capital.
Seen by many as a highly influential figure in the history of conceptual and performance art, Tehching Hsieh’s renown emanates from a staggering series of One Year Performances in the early 1980s: ‘rule-based’ works conducted at the limits of human endurance.
The art organization Artangel has invited visual artists, writers, and performers to respond to Reading Gaol’s most famous inmate, Oscar Wilde.
The Newark Museum has rehung its exceptional collection of works by America’s indigenous artists, providing more contextualizing information, while also letting objects speak to each other across eras and regions.
This week, look out for a new book from Lynne Tillman, a screening of Susan Sontag’s only documentary, a lecture by critic Negar Azimi, and more.