Martha Rosler, Michael Rakowitz, and Laura Poitras are among the artists who call on the museum to separate itself from trustees with ties to private prison companies.
Artist Phil Collins Withdraws From MoMA PS1 Exhibition in Solidarity With Prison Divestment
The video artist withdrew from Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011 days ahead of its public opening.
Aural Art Composed from Random Phone Calls
The artist Phil Collins has created a fraught, evocative listening experience that both isolates and connects.
Looking and Being Looked At in the New International Center of Photography
I expected to stare at many things at the International Center of Photography’s new 250 Bowery location, but my own image was not one of them.
Ghosts Of Glasnost: “Ostalgia” At The New Museum
The specter of communism currently haunts the New Museum in its summer “bloc-buster” exhibition “Ostalgia.” It’s an ambitious project that consumes most of the galleries with a swirling conglomeration of disparate mediums, artists, scales and concepts that reflect the miasmic atmosphere of post-Soviet territories.