In a modernist complex in downtown Houston, artists transform the dark corners and rooms into a light-filled cluster of art.
Day for Night in Houston has invited 14 artists to create interactive art installations at the festival which celebrates sound and light.
On Tuesday, artnet News posted an article by Christian Viveros-Fauné with the attention-grabbing and self-explanatory title, “MoMA Curator Klaus Biesenbach Should Be Fired Over Björk Show Debacle.”
This morning, three Hyperallergic editors — Elisa Wouk Almino, Jillian Steinhauer, and Benjamin Sutton — ventured out to see the Museum of Modern Art’s latest foray into avant-garde pop star curating: Björk (an exhibition that needs no subtitle).
In his Village Voice season preview for fall 2000, Jim Hoberman predicted that the upcoming premiere of the New York Film Festival would be its “most controversial opening night ever — Lars von Trier’s love-it-or-loathe-it Björk-scored musical tragedy Dancer in the Dark.”
New York Magazine explains how people get to sit with artist Marina Abramović in her MoMA atrium work titled, “The Artist Is Present” (2010), and it makes me rather mad. I will admit that I personally have Abramović fatigue but the fact that she’s far from accessible makes me dislike a work by her that I actually once liked.