The “Loophole of Retreat” symposium at the Venice Biennale demonstrated that the personal is not only political; it’s also where most of humanity lives.
Bing’s search was not about style, being fashionable, or fitting in. It was about trying to acknowledge the multiple worlds one inhabits.
The Met’s deal with the Greek government to “repatriate” billionaire Leonard Stern’s Cycladic art collection is not what it seems.
Critics who have deemed the photographer couple’s work outmoded and detached are simply wrong.
Unsurprisingly, the artistic and ethical shortcomings of AI image generators are tied to their dependence on capital and capitalism.
Typical reactions to fat bodies in the art world range from pity to fascination.
Land acknowledgment without action is an empty gesture, exculpatory and self-serving.
We are fighting for ourselves and the working standards we deserve, but we are also fighting for the heart and future of the institution.
Masterworks of American Landscape Painting at the Center for Figurative Painting makes clear that the term “landscape” has been widely interpreted.
The episode focused on Western museums’ hesitant repatriation efforts and auction houses’ questionable consignment practices.
With explosions of color and materiality, Cave has his own enigmatic ways to funnel the funk through histories of adversity.
Characterizations of the artist’s newest work, and that of other White land artists of his generation, sometimes ignore questions of place and locality that are central to Indigenous thinking.