Known for presenting experimental work by emerging artists, Brooklyn performance center ISSUE Project Room will embark on a new venture this October with Distributed Objects, a publishing imprint featuring recorded and written documents. The imprint's…Read more
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: a launch of a new book by Sara Cwynar at Independent Curators International; a screening of a film by Vera Chytilová that criticizes Communism from the inside; an…Read more
Although Shoot the Lobster, Martos Gallery's nimbler "project space," just tunneled into its new half-basement Lower East Side location this March, its monthlyish shows seem well adapted to the seemingly unrefurbished, tin-ceilinged room that used to…Read more
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: a Gilbert & George screening at Lehmann Maupin Gallery; a Ryan McNamara performance at the High Line; a farm stand-cum-art project at the Brooklyn Museum; and…Read more
During the summer's usual glut of group shows, it's always refreshing when an art space treats the format less as a mandate and more as a generative opportunity. This summer, Interstate Projects is embracing this challenge. Run by gallerists Tom…Read more
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: screenings of videos by Chinese artists and a discussion of an independent Guangzhou art school, both at Asia Art Archive in America; Jeff Koons-inspired family…Read more
Museums all over the world are expanding, from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to the Mauritshuis in the Hague and New York's MoMA, sometimes to acclaim, sometimes resulting in rancor. Expansion fever has also spread to rural Massachusetts.
When the long-awaited renovation and expansion of SculptureCenter is completed this October, the Kunsthalle-style nonprofit in Long Island City, Queens, will have a larger—and more welcoming—space for exhibiting contemporary sculpture.
Speaking at a…Read more
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: Bunny Rogers and Kevin Bewersdorf launching a book and presenting a reading at Issue Project Room; a festival of performances catalyzed by installation art pieces, at…Read more
"There's a maker in your backyard and we're going to introduce you to them." So said Glenn Adamson, director of New York's Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), at a press preview last week for "NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial" (through Oct. 12), the museum's…Read more
In the run-up to Jeff Koons's first New York museum solo, opening today at the Whitney Museum of American Art (through Oct. 19),A.i.A. offers some of our writers' observations on the artist from the archives. Here,art historian Martha Buskirk writes…Read more
No one—from the Mauritshuis's director to fellow journalists attending the press preview last week to Dutch people this writer met in cafés—could resist playing up the Hague museum's track record when it comes to owning celebrated paintings that have…Read more