Art In America

Huang Yong Ping

Entering the nave of the Grand Palais’s gargantuan 1900 glass-and-steel exposition hall for Huang Yong Ping’s site-specific installation Empires, viewers confronted a clifflike, 56-by-197-foot wall of stacked shipping containers, their squarish,...

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov

Ilya Kabakov is a bad painter. Emilia, whose support for her husband’s art has earned her equal billing for two decades, doesn’t paint at all. But they keep filling galleries with paintings, as they recently did at Pace, where they presented “The Two...

Becoming Kabakov

In recent shows, Ilya Kabakov has begun to assert a personal identity long disguised in "characters" that he first used as an underground artist in Soviet Russia.      

Artlantic Lands In Atlantic City

When independent curator Lance Fung was approached by the Atlantic City Alliance (ACA) in March 2012, he was skeptical about getting involved with Artlantic, an ambitious public art project set in a coastal town better known for casinos and beauty...

Havana Biennial

Geopolitics has been a subtext of the Havana Biennial ever since its inception in 1984 as a showcase for Cuban and other Latin American art.

Stars and Students at the Havana Biennale

The star power at the 11th Havana Biennale is palpable. With some 180 artists from 45 countries drawing visitors from as far afield as New York's MoMA and the Tate Modern, the month-long, city-spanning festival which was founded in 1984, and runs...

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