Jaishri Abichandani’s first museum survey challenges visitors to take in the full breadth of her artwork — as well as her activism and community engagement.
Jaishri Abichandani staged a performance in front of the Met Breuer to speak out about an incident with the well-known photographer.
This summer exhibition at the Asia Society in New York explores artists of the South Asian diaspora and the ideas and issues that unify their work.
There’s been so much hemming and hawing about “social practice” art in the past few years, it’s a little painful to even say, or type, the phrase. So, it felt a little odd to be picking up a fairly lengthy book on the topic, What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation. But the number one reason I was intrigued by this volume is the person who put it together: Tom Finkelpearl.