Art In America

    The Museum of Capitalism is unusual among institutions that call themselves museums. This is largely because it has no permanent location. After two years of planning, its first physical iteration is now open on the second floor of a massive, empty…Read more

  Reaction to the work of Andrew Wyeth (1917–2009) has always been binary: he's either revered or reviled. An exhibition on view through September 17 at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania—the heart of "Wyeth country"—aims…Read more

As its title suggests, "Ugo Rondinone: I ♥ John Giorno" is both a valentine from a sweetheart and an open invitation to explore the legacy of an iconic New York poet. In celebration of John Giorno's eightieth birthday, Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, who is…Read more

On the morning of June 10, as part of the group show "Paratextual," curated by Asha Bukojemsky at Samuel Freeman Gallery in Los Angeles (May 13–June 17), the LA-based artist David Horvitz led an off-site excursion to a public beach in Rancho Palos…Read more

Conceived by Klaus Bussmann, curator at what was then called the Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kunstgeschichte, and greatly assisted by the young Kasper König, the first Skulptur Projekte Münster, held in 1977, was a pioneering exhibition in…Read more

Chloe Maratta and Flannery Silva, the duo behind Odwalla1221 (formerly Odwalla88), incorporate an eclectic mix of spoken-word lyrics, ambient noise, found sounds, and self-sampling in their music. Now based in Los Angeles, they formed the band in 2013…Read more

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