An open letter to the new director of Artists Space from the people involved in the Decolonize This Place residency.
An unusual gallery installation in Manhattan raises questions about belonging.
Katharina Wulff grew up in East Berlin and moved to Marrakesh some fifteen years ago. Her work reflects her situation amid the elaborate, distinctly Islamic decoration that adorns traditional architecture in Morocco.
The beautiful large-scale retrospective of this major but often forgotten artist’s work at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a truly revelatory exhibition.
Bill Scott acknowledges that the Garden of Eden is a fiction, and yet he is willing to paint his versions of that place, not as a way to make that garden great again, but to insist that pleasure is a crucial ideal for survival.
The nine artists in 1970’s: 9 Women and Abstraction infuse their art with an unexpected warmth, humanity, and quirkiness that feel all the more invigorating when compared with the cerebral objectification prized by their male Minimalist counterparts.