Art In America

  So much bad art is presented with pomp in Venice. The artists who show there are, for the most part, good. But something happens to their work as it passes through the sausage factory of state cultural bureaucracies, public-private partnerships and…Read more

  “My work is about loopholes,” says Tania Bruguera, commenting on the bureaucratic quirk that now permits qualified Cubans to get licenses as academic tutors, thus enabling her to open up the Hannah Arendt International Institute of Artivism.…Read more

  A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place in New York this week: a screening of the 1971 gay arthouse film Pink Narcissus followed by a Q&A with director James Bidgood; an opportunity to collaborate with Jonathan Horowitz; a…Read more

  A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place in New York this week: a discussion of whether or not to delete our embarrassing online avatars; a musical performance by Tei Shi in MoMA's sculpture garden; a screening of journalistic…Read more

As a nonprofit that emerged out of and in tandem with a biennial, SITE Santa Fe has a unique profile. The institution was founded in 1995 to present the first international art biennial in the United States, and soon after, developed a year-round…Read more

  A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place in New York this week: a screening of short films about women and race; three performances interrogating masculine mythologies; Agathe Snow's 24-hour film documenting post-September 11…Read more

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