Art In America

Issues & Commentary: The Artist Formerly Known as Cherokee

Just as Rachel Dolezal's position at the NAACP did not give her a pass to misidentify herself as African American, neither should Jimmie Durham's work on behalf of Native people be confused with confirmation of his tribal affiliation.

Issues & Commentary: Jonathan Griffin Responds

The fact that I—like so many others—was oblivious to the extraordinary claims of “ethnic fraud” in Durham’s narrative raises troubling questions about who gets to write art history, about the effectiveness of our archives, and about whose voices are...

In the Studio: Meredith Monk

Vocalist and performance artist Meredith Monk, an icon of New York's experimental downtown scene, discusses the beliefs and techniques that have kept her a galvanizing figure for five decades.

Revisitation Phase: Looking at Art and AIDS

The traveling exhibition “Art AIDS America,” on view at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, coincides with other shows and events that can be seen as augmenting its perspective by giving additional visibility to AIDS-affected individuals and communities...

Exhibitors Revealed for ADAA Art Show 2015

The Art Dealers Association of America has announced the list of exhibitors for the 27th edition of its annual New York fair, the Art Show (Mar. 4-8, 2015). Seventy-two galleries will offer their wares at the Park Avenue Armory.

Timeline: 100 Years of Art in America

Over the past century, Art in America has developed from a small specialized journal to a major voice in the rapidly changing contemporary art world. To celebrate the magazine's 100-year anniversary, we look back at the milestones that helped define...

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