Art In America

Robert Longo

In this arresting and contemplative show, Robert Longo highlighted the epic quality of contemporary events.

Corinne Wasmuht

Anyone actively participating in contemporary urban life across the globe would feel a sense of déjà vu looking at the high-velocity, fragmented cityscapes and architectural spaces in Corinne Wasmuht’s luminous, often panoramic...

Cildo Meireles

In his first solo exhibition in the U.S. since 2004, the Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles played with the physical and psychological dimensions of perception in sculptures and installations spanning more than four decades. Known for his highly...

Laurie Simmons

The six oversize color photographs (all 2015) encircling the viewer in "Laurie Simmons: How We See" present beautiful, disconcertingly dazzling young women. Their heads cocked at slightly askew angles and bathed in radiant light that appears to...

Virgil Marti

Philadelphia-based Virgil Marti titled his first solo show at Locks after Forest Park, in his native St. Louis. 

Jenny Holzer

For the last decade, Jenny Holzer has used declassified U.S. government documents related to the "war on terror" as the basis for her work-appropriating language of surveillance for her hyperactive LED installations and initially reproducing the pages...

The Revolution Will be Fun

In participatory performances and installations, Mexican artist Pedro Reyes gives "social sculpture" a ruefully comic new twist.

The Museum Is a School: Colby Museum of Art

As Colby College, in Waterville, Me., turns 200 this year, the ColbyMuseum of Art also celebrates becoming the largest museum in the stateand unveils a major gift of American art.

Saint Louis Gets Contemporary

For over a century, the Saint Louis Art Museum has inhabited a grand Beaux Arts building that was designed by Cass Gilbert and is one of the few remaining structures from the 1904 World's Fair, which covered much of the city's Forest Park that year....

Frank Moore's Full Impact: Q+A with David Leiber

Frank Moore's rich, allegorical canvases respond to environmental and cultural issues, particularly the ravages of AIDS, to which he succumbed in 2002 at the age of 48 and at the height of his artistic powers. Whether depicting the deathbed of his...

Better Than New: The Barnes Foundation

Architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien took on an onslaught when they won the commission five years ago to design a new home in downtown Philadelphia for the renowned and beloved Barnes Foundation. Visiting the original mansion of the visionary...

Clyfford Still, Unpacked

Drawing on a bequest of 825 paintings and 1,500 works on paper, Denver's new Clyfford Still Museum displays the obstreperous artist's work as he demanded. 

Enoc Perez

Before making the paintings for his recent exhibition, Enoc Perez had not picked up a brush in 17 years. Instead, his process involved applying pigment to sheets of paper using an oil stick, then placing the paper against the canvases and applying...

Peter Forgacs

The first room of Péter Forgács’s installation in the Hungarian pavilion at the Venice Biennale will be lined with videos of faces set in ornate frames typical of a European portrait gallery—though that is where convention ends. In these video...

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