As part of Newsome’s new multi-part project with Leslie-Lohman Museum, the pair will discuss their “relationships to soil and earth, WEB Du Bois, and the lie of the American experiment.”
Here’s what I learned from an intimate studio visit where these artists showed me their process, vision, and the goals fueling their work.
Known for innovation, Eyebeam will mark its two-decade long history with a move to one of New York’s art hubs.
Artist Morehshin Allahyari has invited four artists, activists, and scientists to join her on May 27 to explore myths, colonialism, and storytelling.
Minimalist abstraction of the 20th century often feels placeless. Tony Smith’s angular, inky sculptures could have crawled out of a dimension void of organic life; Mark Rothko’s repeating black canvases in a Houston chapel reflected the space’s lack of specific religion.
You’re probably reading this article on your phone. What if, instead, you were taking part in an art exhibit, or a concert, or both?
Last month’s spring/summer 2016 collection presentations are quickly fading from memory, and we as a culture are in the throes of divination. What’s the next trend? What’s the new black? Will fringe be back?
PORTLAND, Ore. — For the first time the New York art nonprofit Eyebeam has brought an exhibition to the West Coast and, unironically, chose Portland.
Making Patterns is the first exhibition at Eyebeam’s residency at the Seaport.
The internet can seem ubiquitous and invisible at once, but it relies on an elaborate infrastructure that’s sometimes buried just below our feet.
Leading arts and tech nonprofit Eyebeam has announced plans to move into a space in Brooklyn’s Industry City for roughly three years before relocating to an as-yet unbuilt space in downtown Brooklyn. The organization has also announced the recipients of its new two-year 2014/2015 Eyebeam Fellowships.
LOS ANGELES — “You would have to be half-mad to dream me up,” the Mad Hatter said to Alice during her romp through Wonderland, that place where her body and state-of-mind regularly changed shaped.