A video taken at CalArts and posted on Twitter yesterday beautifully distills art-world indifference.
The stunt was the latest in a series of guerrilla performances that Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich began in 2015.
Panoply Performance Laboratory’s crowd-sourced opera is entering its final acts.
An exhibition explores how the remains of performance art memorialize the past and re-perform for new audiences.
Last week, performance artist Michele Pred handed out small pocket knives passengers arriving at San Francisco’s International Airport to replace those that have been confiscated since the passage of the Patriot Act 15 years ago.
A performance artist dressed as a tree went for a walk in Portland, Maine, and the police had something to say about it.
Emergency evacuation drills, though necessary, are a pain.
A “crazed woman” who threw live crickets and worms all over a crowded subway car in New York claimed the bug-throwing was a performance art stunt gone horribly wrong and was subsequently arrested by the NYPD.
CLEVELAND — It may come as no surprise that the Republicans who gathered here for the Republican National Convention put forth a political platform that many considered to be anti-woman.
MARRAKESH — As the afternoon sun radiated onto Jemaa el-Fna square in the old medina quarter of the city, nine bodies emerged before me on the ground, beatboxing and gyrating, surrounded by curious onlookers.
This month marks Ulay’s return to New York as a performer after 30 years, with a site-specific installation and three-day performance at Kustera Projects Red Hook during Frieze Week.
Madison Young isn’t the first woman I’ve seen pour honey on her naked body and, owing to certain lifestyle choices I’ve made, I have a feeling she won’t be the last.