With its new Watershed space, the ICA has to navigate a delicate balance of bringing art into East Boston without displacing the communities and artists already there.
This year’s recipients of the museum’s Art+Technology Lab grants were exclusively shared with Hyperallergic. Here is a glimpse into their winning projects.
I remember David Zwirner Gallery back in the 1990s, before Chelsea, when the New York art world was much smaller and more manageable.
LOS ANGELES — During a recent visit to Japan, I happened upon one of its novelty animal cafés, one specializing in owls.
LOS ANGELES — You enter the Diana Thater installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and start to read the introductory wall text.
Now that iPhones are ubiquitous and projectors on the rise as the home-theater tool of choice, we’re all getting a little more used to have different types of media screens in the home. We’re nowhere near the point occupied by the New York Times’s magic mirror, but our new acceptance of domestic screens shows through in some interesting Armory Show 2013 installations.