Cennetoğlu’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. is on view alongside a group exhibition presented through SculptureCenter’s open call commissioning program.
In the 1980s I religiously read Indiana’s weekly, polemical Voice dispatches in which he described the ills of US society from the point of view of an energetic, radical, gay critic absent art bona fides.
Five exhibitions and one symposium telling stories on undocumented immigrants, expression and censorship, queer artists and the AIDS crisis, the armed conflict in Columbia, the abstraction of language, and party-as-platform to transfer knowledge between bodies and environments.
The drug policy advocates, led by photographer Nan Goldin, held a covert die-in at the Guggenheim, then marching to the Met to publicly protest on its steps.
The Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program is currently accepting applications for its 2019–2020 residency period. Applications are due Friday, February 15.
By offering a space for projects like R.I.S.E, Recess vitally promotes the idea of creation as a necessarily social process.
Will audiences ignore the Argentine-Italian’s fascist past to celebrate his first US museum survey in more than 40 years?
A reinterpretation of a Euripides play tells a seldom staged and lesser-known side of the famous hero.
Study with us for seven weeks of bliss, critical discourse, studio time and a rare opportunity to experiment freely. Need-based scholarships are available.
This year’s $100,000 prize was bestowed to art historian and curator Carmen C. Bambach of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Applications are now open for a 5-day boot camp on the fundamentals of disability studies, artistry, and arts policy.
Join us for an evening of readings, music, and more to celebrate the re-launch of Degree Critical, the online journal published by MFA Art Writing at SVA.