What does it mean for an artist to be invited into an institution of higher learning to engage in conversations about safety, community, and change?
This week, choosing ethics over aesthetics, Barnett Newman paintings in Amsterdam, shocking immigrant detention photos, Presidential logos, and more.
Conceived as a musical map of Houston, Solange’s hometown, When I Get Home wanders from mood to mood, arrangement to arrangement, a soundscape as cityscape, where songs correspond to locations and melodies merge with memory.
Isn’t this the last thing we want to admit? That we are not sure what anything means or what we are supposed to do?
Using simple means, often just pencil and paper, van Dalen has made careful, painstaking images of cyborgs, pigeons, and war machines.
An unlikely element of Lennon and Ono’s late-1960s peace campaign was an aural selfie, ahead of its time.
The artist seeks to address the severed relationship between the landscape and the viewer.
Sherman’s paintings offer a captivating tension between movement and stasis.
Katchadourian excels at investing commonplace, inanimate objects with vitality and soulfulness.
“They’re singing songs about liberation, just be aware.” said one guard over his walkie-talkie — a message that could be heard throughout the lobby.
Discover the bold work of emerging fine arts talent at Pratt Shows. New exhibits open every Monday, 5–8 pm on the Brooklyn campus through mid-May.
A new book injects nuance into reductive historical interpretations of how the Cold War affected global art in the second half of the 20th century.