A year of truth-telling and electric painting.
In Vienna, two shows offer meditations on the body, the earth, labor, and fate.
On April 9, artist Hannah Black, musician Bonaventure, and designer Ebba Fransén Waldhör will immerse viewers in the exploits of a figure named Anxietina.
Presuming that calls for censorship and destruction constitute a legitimate response to perceived injustice leads us down a very dark path.
The debate over “Open Casket,” Dana Schutz’s painting in the Whitney Biennial, was a topic of heated discussion last week during an episode of The View.
Artist and writer Hannah Black’s videos — including “My Bodies,” “Intensive Care/Hot New Track,” and “The Neck” — combine images, texts, and sounds in a way that seems less about creating tension than exposing it.