Chess Match No. 5, a play composed from excerpts of John Cage interviews, reprises canonical questions about the nature of music and art but adds no new insights.
On April 2, exchange and peruse books by black women authors at OlaRonke Akinmowo’s Free Black Women’s Library at NURTUREart.
A sculpture of the singer made from 45 pounds of cheddar was recently unveiled in London.
Performatik17, the 17th Brussels Biennial of Performance Art, is either the dream of someone seeking an expanded field or the nightmare of someone craving rigid borders.
The Museum Barberini courtyard, an enclosed area in the middle of the museum complex (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) POTSDAM — Touted as the “youngest and noblest of all German private museums,” the Museum Barberini opened to the public on January 23 in an area lined with Prussian palaces and gardens on the […]
A new documentary about the experimental musician, filmmaker, and artist, details his many influential projects while illuminating countless others we know very little about — for now.
The new film Cézanne and I focuses on the extreme temperamental differences between the two great friends, but offers few other insights.
A slow reading of Ajay Kurian’s work is influenced by a desire to view, parse, and converse with more work by artists of color, and is one of many strategies needed to challenge a dominant, incomplete idea of “American” art.
The 2017 edition of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) and the Society of Illustrators festival takes place April 1 and 2 in Hell’s Kitchen.
Rather than make the series feel dated, identity issues in the cyber age make the 1995 film seem extraordinarily prescient.
Gather Out of Star-Dust at Yale University’s Beinecke Library is a building-wide exhibition of over 300 rare artifacts from the Harlem Renaissance.
This week in art news: artists were injured in clashes with Chinese security officials during the demolition of a studio complex in Beijing, a deputy director of the State Hermitage Museum was put under house arrest on suspicion of fraud, and Ai Weiwei revealed plans to install more than 100 fence sculptures around New York City.