At 63, she is also the oldest artist to win the UK’s top contemporary art prize, which recently dropped its requirement that nominees be younger than 50.
The 17th edition of the Carnegie Museum of Art’s flagship, quinquennial exhibition will open in October 2018 with full W.A.G.E. certification.
This unusual documentary on the artist is screening on Saturday at Metrograph, where Schneemann will also be in attendance.
The second edition of the Forward Union Fair brought together artists and activists for a symposium around themes of social, economic, and environmental justice.
Léger’s sophisticated, imaginative examinations of the machine aesthetic coincided with one of history’s most fraught technological periods.
The Curatorial Practice master’s program provides fundamental training in curating — techniques, histories, theories.
An exhibition at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts is installed in an office space. But the fact that the artworks hold up and make me want to spend time with them speaks to their powers.
The work was timed to coincide exactly with the 75th anniversary of the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction.
A petition calling on the Met to remove a painting by Balthus from its walls for its troublingly sexualized depiction of a young girl has gained over 8,000 signatures.
Inaugurated in 1976, the Southern California Institute of Architecture’s lectures can be accessed online at the SCI-Arc Media Archive.
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, a curator of the Radical Women exhibition at the Hammer Museum, talks about this largely ignored history.
An artist and scholar dive into the history of Havana’s National Art Schools, which were abandoned when their architects fell out of favor with the regime.