Art In America

The Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum opens officially to the public November 11, though Arab sheikhs, French president Emmanuel Macron, and other VIPs got a preview Tuesday. Designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Jean Nouvel, the museum comprises some…Read more

On October 7, apexart in New York hosted a discussion between artists Jane Dickson and Becky Howland, moderated by art historian Melissa Rachleff Burtt. Among other things, they reflected on their affiliation with Colab, short for Collaborative Projects,…Read more

Brooklyn-based artist Andrew Ross is the subject of the “First Look” column in our October issue. “If politics is theater,” Sean J. Patrick Carney writes, “Ross is constructing the sets for a pulpy, sci-fi production somewhere off-off-Broadway.” Ross’sRead more

    On October 12, Artists Space hosted a launch event for A.i.A.’s October issue on contemporary Indigenous art, with a screening curated by Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan of Native Art Department International, followed by a discussion of the worksRead more

  Now in its fifteenth year, the Time-Based Art Festival, organized by the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), enlisted local, national, and international artists to present work around the city from September 7 to 17. “Time-based art” has…Read more

Spiderwoman Theater, an Indigenous feminist performance group, celebrated their fortieth anniversary on September 19 at La MaMa in New York with a benefit featuring an intergenerational roster of musicians, storytellers, actors, activists, and others,…Read more

      American novelist and musician James Greer—who spent two years in the mid-1990s playing with the indie rock band Guided by Voices—discusses the way lyrics reflect the listener’s emotions rather than the songwriter’s intentions. “Even the most…Read more

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