After almost 20 years, what started as a temporary memorial has turned into a symbol of extreme nationalism.
Can speaking truth to power unravel the disillusion we find ourselves in? Bringing together thinkers, dreamers, and doers to address radical truth-telling, its implications, manifestations, and potentialities at home in NYC as Creative Time celebrates 10 years of the CT Summit.
On a walk through one of Florida’s tropical hardwood hammocks, artists construct a multi-layered map of a vulnerable ecosystem.
Join Creative Time’s convening for thinkers, dreamers, and doers at the intersection of art and politics. Three days of talks, performances, and more.
A curator reflects on how to respond to the controversial censorship of Josephine Meckseper’s American flag–inspired artwork at a Kansas museum.
Josephine Meckseper’s flag was created precisely to comment on the vast canyon of political division in the United States, but it may soon split the state of Kansas across party lines.
Commissioned by Creative Time, the flag is part of a nationwide project that aims to “begin articulating the urgent response our political moment demands.”
As cities and states pass legislation to curtail Airbnb activity, the site’s future as a tool for artists and art organizations both large and small remains uncertain.
This letter was sent to Hyperallergic by the QOLEKTIV collective, in response to the Creative Time Summit in Washington, DC, earlier this month.
A visit to Pedro Reyes’s politically themed haunted house may be scarier than you think.
Doomocracy, artist Pedro Reyes’s new project for Creative Time, is part haunted house and part immersive theater.
One hundred people gathered to adapt Zoe Leonard’s 1992 text piece “I want a president…” for 2016.