Art In America

Creative Time’s Sandcastles Return to Rockaway Beach

The threat of bad weather did little to dampen enthusiasm for CreativeTime's second annual sandcastle competition, held in Queens, N.Y., onFar Rockaway beach this past Friday. The boardwalk may be gone, andmuch of the beach is still closed as a result...

The Frieze Speakeasy Experience

"Don't you know how to read? Show me your number!" barked the unseen doorman. I showed it to him. "I'm not even talking to you," he jeered. The man ahead of me was afforded entry, while the door shut in my face. It was a Monday afternoon on Randall's...

Woven Into History

In elegant sculptures and grid reliefs made of bamboo and rattan, Cambodia's Sopheap Pich engages his homeland's perpetually conflicted condition.

Mark Leonard

When the Dallas Museum of Art called, Mark Leonard was painting in the desert of Palm Springs, two years after leaving his 26-year tenure in the paintings conservation department at the Getty.

Rosamond and Friends

Rosamond Bernier first came to my attention in 1977, when I was about to set out on a lecture tour through the U.S. on behalf of the Alliance Française. Several friends urged me to prepare by attending one of Bernier’s famed art talks at the...

Trippy PST Performance at Broad Center

Regardless whether there was something in the water at the Broad Art Center at UCLA: watching Single Wing Turquoise Bird Experimental Digital Art's "Light Show," on Jan. 26, was a trip. The "Light Show," an oozing, swirling bottomless fall into...

Heading up the Biennial Department: Q+A With Terence Riley

Architect Terence Riley, formerly a curator at New York's Museum of Modern Art and most recently director of the Miami Art Museum, is Shenzen's first non-Chinese appointee (Hong Kong's curators are Gene K King and Anderson Lee). He heads a team of...

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