Extra Normal features Serge Fruehauf’s photographs from two decades documenting the strange and surreal details of postwar architecture in Europe.
March 15, 2017
A Sibling’s Documentary About His Brother’s Mysterious Murder
In Strong Island, Yance Ford lays out the peculiar circumstances that surrounded his brother’s murder in 1992, and the void left in its wake.
The Dynamic Brain Drawings of the Father of Modern Neuroscience
A publication from Abrams Books and a traveling exhibit currently at the Weisman Art Museum highlight the medical illustrations of Santiago Ramón y Cajal.
Artists Talk Totalitarianism at LA’s Museum Devoted to the Cold War
On Thursday, the photographer Farrah Karapetian and painter Christopher Wyrick will launch a conversation series at the Wende Museum in Culver City.
An Exhibition Inspired by Walter Benjamin’s ‘The Arcades Project’
Opening on March 17 at the Jewish Museum, The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin intends to reflect the sprawling text in both content and form.
MoMA’s Travel Ban Protest Exposes a Legacy of Closeted Modernism
While MoMA has received accolades for its rehang in protest of the so-called Muslim ban, the issue brings up many questions about the work that never gets shown and why.
Art Jameel Unveils Plans for Complex in Dubai, Launches Acquisition Fund for Metropolitan Museum
A new arts complex in Dubai may suggest a new direction for contemporary art in the UAE.
Utah Moves to Make “Spiral Jetty” and Indigenous Rock Art Official State Artworks [UPDATED]
If Governor Gary Herbert signs the two bills passed by the state legislature, Utah would become the first state to establish official works of art.
The Horror Story of a Dystopian Painter Obsessed with Control
The Last Family is a domestic horror story portraying the violent dissolution of a family.
Toward a “Herstory” of Minimalism
Two gallery shows currently on view in Los Angeles place women artists in conversation with a period of contemporary art history that has been primarily shaped by the output of male artists.
Isamu Noguchi’s Voluntary Stay in a Japanese-American Incarceration Camp
The modernist sculptor voluntarily entered one of the many incarceration camps for Japanese Americans, and it was an experience that deeply impacted him.
An Episode of Immersive Theater Unravels for an Audience of Five
Here is a new series of immersive theater experiences in New York that will link an evolving web of characters and storylines propelled by loss.