In “Viva Arte Viva,” Christine Macel has endeavored to build an atmosphere of earnest exchange.
A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place in New York this week: a program of experimental films about sexual assault at Light Industry; a discussion of ethnographic films presented by Michael Taussig at Artists Space Books &...
The current century is only slightly more than a decade old, yet there are already signs that the cultural community has come up with substantially new ways of assessing art and the aesthetic experience.
Asher’s always meticulous interventions encouraged spectators to reconsider the ways they thought about art, including how and why they valued it and what they valued it for.