Art In America

Young Incorporated Artists

With slick corporate identities and digital media savvy, emerging artists are mimicking—all too closely—established forms of cultural power. 

The Road to Somewhere

To get to the elusive Mildred's Lane, in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania, one must drive 100 miles northwest of Manhattan, moving from the highway to increasingly poorly-marked roads; then to dirt roads, and finally a hand-drawn sign for a half-mile-long...

The Full Yard: Changes at Hauser & Wirth

In 1992, principals Ursula Hauser and Manuela and Iwan Wirth opened Hauser & Wirth in Zurich, focusing primarily on Modernist works with the purpose of entering the secondary market. Naturally, the gallery quickly gained interest in the contemporary...

The Dog Days of Summer

Is Art Since the Summer of ’69 an alternative space, a series of itinerant exhibition projects, or a commercial gallery? Its organizers, curator Hanne Mugaas, artist Paul-Aymar Mourgue d’Algue, and Salon 94 director Fabienne Stephan, don't let...

Amani Olu Has New Ideas

For his recent exhibition After Color at Bose Pacia in Chelsea, 29-year-old New York-based curator amani olu selected a diverse group of young photographers whose stylistic tendencies span from abstraction to portraiture and whose techniques range...

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