Say Something Bunny! is a live documentary that excavates the found audio of a 1950s family, and considers what makes these mundane moments compelling.
The municipal government is carrying out mass evictions as it prepares to level some 430 million square feet of illegal housing.
Unsettled, an exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art, in Reno, explores how artists have interpreted the dramatic landscapes of the western edge of the American continents.
Participating artists include Daniel Mantilla, Kristy Hughes, Micah Wood, Erik Parra, KOAK, Woody Othello, Tschabalala Self, Shara Hughes, and Patrick Brennan.
Candice Breitz retitled one of her pieces “Wilson Must Go” in protest of the National Gallery of Victoria’s contract with Wilson Security, a company shown to have committed human rights abuses at Australian detention centers.
With just a bit of attention, one can enjoy radically spatialized music, with voice and sounds experienced in ways far different to stereo listening.
The Beinecke Library at Yale University is exhibiting Hughes’s typewritten 1950 Christmas postcards, along with holiday cards he received from friends.
Elia Alba’s photo-portraits act as a kind of measure of the intimacy she has earned with her subjects.
Artist Lauren LoGuidice shares why she felt inspired to create her 2.5-hour long video “Yule Log With Friends.”
This week in art news: 28 rock art sites were discovered on a small Indonesian island, Saudi Arabia lifted its 35-year ban on cinemas, and the Museum of London announced plans to display the notorious “fatberg.”