A year of truth-telling and electric painting.
On Life and Work: Hannah Black and Petra Buchegger
In Vienna, two shows offer meditations on the body, the earth, labor, and fate.
A Performance Featuring an Anxiety-Filled Superhero at MoMA PS1
On April 9, artist Hannah Black, musician Bonaventure, and designer Ebba Fransén Waldhör will immerse viewers in the exploits of a figure named Anxietina.
Censorship, Not the Painting, Must Go: On Dana Schutz’s Image of Emmett Till
Presuming that calls for censorship and destruction constitute a legitimate response to perceived injustice leads us down a very dark path.
Whoopi Weighs in on Emmett Till Painting as Schutz Storm Reaches Daytime TV
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.
Essays that Collapse Time
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.