Art In America

Judd’s Late Cor-ten Works: Evolutionary or Unchanging?

Donald Judd (1928-1994), the man and the artist, was not prone to change. "He refused to have a sense of time," says Flavin Judd, son of "Don," as he calls his father. However, Flavin, who now oversees the Judd Foundation, might be proving himself...

A Look at Hudson’s Collection at Envoy Enterprises

All dealers need to do a little handholding when managing their artists. Some, however, stand out for not only nurturing their stable but also inspiring them. New York dealer Hudson was one of those. 

MACBA To Expand

The museum expansion trend continues, this time with Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), which will subsume the neighboring Convent dels Angels compound for the museum's programming.

Signature Piece: The Comeback of Ericson and Ziegler

Controversial then, and largely forgotten now, the artist duo Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler emerged in the early 1980s from the theoretically oriented program at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), in Valencia, and pioneered a hybrid form...

Beyond the Boundaries: Art at the Venice Architecture Biennale

In the midst of architecture's self-analytical moment, played out in the same venues as Venice's splashier art Biennale, it's worth noting that there are a slew of independent art shows that chime in on the state of affairs in architecture.

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