laissez faire et laissez passer structures itself as a self-conscious strike-out and strike-through — an attempt to erode a compromised structure while ineluctably reproducing it. On view from December 12 to January 4, 2020.
From its inception, the SVA Art Writing program has had a special emphasis on the history and future of the image.
Could a current exhibition of paintings, watercolors, and furniture by Lynch hint at secrets hidden in his other works, or even provide some spark of insight into the artist himself?
This is a group exhibition that features select Bay Area and Los Angeles artists who followed the surge of Abstract Expressionists across the country in the 1950s to participate in their flourishing sister movement: the New York School.
The eleven artists in the exhibition represent an array of art-making practices. Their work will be on view from November 14 – 30, 2019 at 205 Hudson Street.
Pia Camil joins Pablo León de la Barra for a discussion of her practice, followed by a celebration that includes a communal activation of her new work Here Comes the Sun (2019).
With her series of plastic surgeries, ORLAN wasn’t using her face simply in a performance, but as an art material.
The paintings of Kenyan artist Michael Armitage present a particularly resonant response to the expanded, repackaged, and redefined offerings at the reopened MoMA.
Amid the current state of US politics, the latest fall edition of the fair offered a selection of mostly apolitical artworks as soothing as a BBC documentary.
The 2019 Information Session will take place on November 10 at 11 am, and afterward, second-year MFA students open their studios to the public to show their work in progress.
Black Gloves and Razors, a VHS-era compilation film of Italian horror death scenes, encourages some self-reflection from gore hounds.
In Paper Borders artists Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali articulate the experience of displacement using delicate materials crafted by hand.