Art In America

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...

Shanghai Biennale 2012

Bigger than and much improved over its predecessors, "Reactivation," the ninth edition of the Shanghai Biennale, is a great advance for China's cultural scene, even in a year when censorship and tax arrests have plagued the coun­try's arts...

Artnet Magazine Remembered at Haunch of Venison

Amidst heavy rains at the end of a muggy day in New York, dozens of art scribes gathered at Chelsea's Haunch of Venison gallery to honor Artnet.com's magazine. The German company, which provides a popular art market database, abruptly discontinued...

Janet Biggs

Janet Biggs tempts fate every time she makes a video, focusing on acts of extreme physicality that are as difficult to film as they are to perform. Having captured the feats of wrestlers, synchronized swimmers, race-car drivers and equestrians,...

Miranda Lichtenstein

Lichtenstein pirouettes between a number of formal strategies, varying her technique and approach, and rejecting the notion that an exhibition should serve as an authoritative statement. Nonetheless there was an overarching theme to the diverse...

Tom Molloy

Tom Molloy’s choice of topical subject matter—U.S. economic dominance, the war in Iraq, the death penalty, suicide bombers—leads us to a sharp examination of this country’s moral dilemmas. And because Molloy (b. 1964) is Irish, his intensely...

Patty Chang

Anna May Wong, the first Asian-American to achieve Hollywood stardom, is the perfect subject for Patty Chang, who in recent years has made videos exploring the collision of stereotypes and mistranslations in the West’s appropriation of Chinese...

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