Art In America

Viewer Positioning System

The Brooklyn Museum's ASK app lets users consult a dedicated Audience Engagement Team, while automatically supplying visitor movement and interest data to the museum through Bluetooth sensors.

Back to School: Re-creating Black Mountain College

Black Mountain College has long been considered by many to be the birthplace of the American avant-garde. Today, interest in the legendary school, which operated from 1933 to 1957, seems at an all-time high. With the rise of MFA programs and the...

Anne Pasternak on Black Mountain College

As part of the Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists (A.i.A.'s August issue), we preview the 2014-15 season of museum exhibitions worldwide. In addition to offering their own top picks, our editors asked select artists, curators and...

Creative Time Global Residency Program Winners Announced

Thanks to a grant from the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the support of individual donors, Global Residency recipients will have the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time in such culturally rich locations as Kazakhstan, the...

Castles Made of Sand

A lighthearted variety of Land art came to Queens, N.Y.'s Rockaway Beach on Friday via a sandcastle competition for artists, organized by New York public art organization Creative Time. Thirteen artist teams were invited to compete for gold, silver...

Laura Raicovich Joins Creative Time

Laura Raicovich, deputy director of Dia Art Foundation for the last ten years, has been appointed Creative Time's director of global initiatives. A non-profit based in New York, Creative Time has branched out in recent years, taking its mission of...

Roving Eye: Pictures of People, One Significantly Missing Artist

I started off my week with a true discovery in the form of the Partners & Spade Gallery on Great Jones Street. I went down to see the work of Warhol's former assistant Walter Steding and Warhol's friend Stefano Castronovo (famous for his painted...

Manish Vora

Combining a lust for art acquisitions with a keen technological sense, Manish Vora launched Artlog in 2008 as a one-stop web-shop for contemporary art. Joining forces with web developer Dylan Fareed, the 31-year-old Vora set out to fill what he...

Edsel Williams

Summering Hamptonites are not noted for bringing art with them for the season. And among the Hamptons, the swampy The Springs neighborhood of East Hampton are more or less a ghetto—famous for its art history and remarkably preserved, which means it...

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