In spring 2018, the industrial park will inaugurate its first space dedicated specifically to art: the High Line Plinth.
Lust for Life Drawing: A Room Full of Iggy Pop Nudes
“Iggy Pop’s body is central to an understanding of rock music and its place within American culture,” says Jeremy Deller. “It has witnessed much and should be documented.”
Jeremy Deller’s Indelibly British Brand of Anti-Capitalist Pop
MEXICO CITY — Although presented as a series of discrete events across time, history is written every day through humanity’s incessant production of time-sensitive ephemera that define the aesthetics, sounds, and languages of our epoch.
Designing Money You May Not Want to Spend
Perhaps it’s a sign that paper money has entered its late rococo period as the revolution of digital currency makes bills feel as arcane as fax machines, but there’s been a recent burst of creativity as designers and artists are tackling banknotes as a medium.
Britain’s Hawkish Censorship in Venice
The British pavilion at the Venice Biennale has a rather direct engagement with the country’s current war efforts, and yet the piece that was recently deemed too inflammatory and effectively censored was actually aimed at injustices against endangered birds.