Art In America

Honoring Songs: A Benefit for Spiderwoman Theater

A benefit for the Indigenous feminist performance group featured an intergenerational roster of musicians, storytellers, actors, and activists, all united by a sense of joy in sharing the work and play of performing. 

Pooh Kaye

Pooh Kaye's corporeal-cinematic experiments defamiliarize her usual surroundings.

Pace of Change: Amy Sillman at the Drawing Center

Amy Sillman's exhibition "After Metamorphoses," currently on view at New York's Drawing Center, unites painterly processes and digital techniques to attend to transformations both mythical and decidedly real. The exhibition consists of an animation of...

Pleasure, Pain, and Politics: Ellen Cantor in New York

Amid a resurgence of interest in the New York art scene of the 1990s, the recent reappraisal of the work of feminist artist Ellen Cantor feels particularly timely. She first gained critical attention—and notoriety—in the early ’90s, deftly combining...

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