The Getty volume is replete with vital lessons on studying and historicizing imperial ephemera.
The online platform will include a user-friendly map, searchable online directory, and field report spotlighting NYC arts organizations created by and centering POC.
The exhibition showcases the work of 10 MassArt MFA candidates and is on view from May 19 to June 18 via Kunstmatrix.
Tideland features Elizabeth Ellenwood, Chad Uehlein, Shadia Heenan Nilforoush, and Olivia Baldwin. Their work can be viewed online through July 19.
A suspended, stringy installation of boat forms by Chiharu Shiota in a Parisian department store evokes the uncertainty and peril of migrants’ journeys.
Mapping Paintings is an attempt to compile and visualize provenance data for individual artworks, from owners to past locations to details of sales.
An exhibition that investigates contemporary, community-based social art practices in the United States and Latin America. On view September 27–December 14, 2019.
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in New York, Rhode Island, and British Columbia.
For Julia Fish, the ordinary is not banal, as it was for Andy Warhol and his followers, who seek out the sensational rather than stop to examine the small sensation.
The French artist’s decision to stop painting in 2011 grew out of her work’s internal logic.
Passersby joined the small gathering of activists and allies, surprised to learn about the connection between MoMA trustees and global politics.
Collectively, the artists in Open Call present a series of equally localized and haptic meditations on what it takes to be present in an increasingly globalized world.