Labors of Love: The 2018 Carnegie International Is Buoyant, Beautiful, and Strangely Conservative

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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The Browser: On Wolfgang Tillmans, Guadalupe Rosales, Hong-An Truong, and Pati Hill

Four exhibitions that play into—and subvert—the flow of imagery in today’s digital world. Read More

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From the Archives: A Fictional Writer Profiles a Fictional Artist, in 1969

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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‘Interrogate the World as It Is and Imagine How It Could Be’: Four Trailblazing Artists in ‘Soul of a Nation’ Discuss the Show and Their Careers

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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You’ve Got to Crack a Few Eggs to Make an Omelette: Sarah Lucas and Company Shatter 1,000 Shells for New Museum Show

The artist’s retrospective at the museum opens September 26. Read More

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From the Archives: Trevor Paglen Launches Photographs into Space, in 2012

“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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