Its curator, Ingrid Schaffner, has said that she wanted her edition of the every-five-years show “to inspire museum joy.” Some 33 artists and collectives have taken up the task with aplomb. Read More
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Four exhibitions that play into—and subvert—the flow of imagery in today’s digital world. Read More
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In ARTnews, the wunderkind professor Kiki Kundry wrote about a promising young artist named Oscar Neuestern—though neither was real. Read More
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The exhibition of work by African-American artists, including Ming Smith, Betye Saar, William T. Williams, and Senga Nengudi, just opened at the Brooklyn Museum. Read More
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The artist on “try[ing] for the same degree of absence and presence in each object.” Read More
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When it comes to access to medical treatment in the United States, art workers are the canary in the coal mine. Read More
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“If Earth hasn’t been entirely destroyed by the time aliens find this, these images could make them want to finish the job.” Read More
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In which creators reveal sources of artistic inspiration and instigation. Read More
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