Andy Malone’s games deliver conceptual ideas as a sneaky side effect of playing with them.
The Illuminator returns to downtown Manhattan, projecting short video clips by 60 artists in “an act of community and solidarity.”
This major retrospective of Carlos Almaraz focuses on the less examined but rich painting practice Almaraz pursued upon leaving mural making.
IMDA just moved to a new studio facility at the historic Lion Brothers Building in the Hollins Market neighborhood of West Baltimore.
This weekend marks the opening of the museum’s new home in the remodeled National Guard Armory Building in Culver City.
The art world is structured in a way that enables abuses, and the problem is especially acute at art schools.
Choreographer Gillian Walsh takes on dance as a “suicidal tendency” and considers mysticism in a time of global crisis.
VCUarts graduate program in Painting + Printmaking includes 15 graduate students every year. Each student has a private studio and access to world-class digital and analogue printmaking facilities.
This week’s Cybernetics Conference will examine the implications and possible applications of rapidly advancing cybernetic systems, from the ethical to the aesthetic.
Wegman’s new book of Polaroids Being Human took me back to the ’90s, when my sister and I dressed up our own Weimaraner in the style of the artist’s dogs.
Nowherelands: An Atlas of Vanished Countries, 1840-1975 features the postage stamps and histories of 50 former nations.
This project joins thousands of other follies of contemporary art.