Sarah Anne Johnson had just returned from an artist's residency on a double-masted schooner in the Norwegian territory of the Arctic Circle when she began materially intervening into her photographs.
The December issue of A.i.A. hosts the Rob Pruitt Art Awards, a partly tongue-in-cheek celebration of artists, exhibitions and curators, founded by the New York-based artist in 2009.
A commissioned work for Performa 13, Rashid Johnson's production of Amiri Baraka's Dutchman at the Russian & Turkish Baths on East 10th Street in New York is a terrific idea, if imperfectly executed.
Philosopher and art critic Arthur C. Danto, who famously declared the end of art history, died from heart failure on Oct. 25 at the age of 89. A professor emeritus at New York's Columbia University and the former art critic of the Nation...
The new site is to include condos and an upscale restaurant.
In its early years Art in America cultivated a taste for Italian art—and fostered a new market for old masters—through scholarly articles by connoisseurs like Bernard Berenson.
At New York's Stable Gallery in 1953, Marcel Duchamp examined a wooden container studded with iron spikes and containing four loose stones.
One of the first photographs encountered in David Hartt's multimedium exhibition "Stray Light" was a compelling close-up of a glass window etched with "JPC"—the Johnson Publishing Company's logo—in lustrous gold letters.
Over the past century, Art in America has developed from a small specialized journal to a major voice in the rapidly changing contemporary art world. To celebrate the magazine's 100-year anniversary, we look back at the milestones that helped define...
It was a simple e-mail miscommunication that landed me in MichelleGrabner's backyard on a Thursday afternoon instead of Saturday, tuggingon a locked doorknob. Grabner, an artist, painting professor and 2014Whitney Biennial co-curator, operates the...
Hong Kong's worst rains since 2010, which resulted in landslides and the temporary shutdown of financial markets and government offices, couldn't delay last week's inaugural edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong (May 23-26).
With a new Herzog and de Meuron-designed building and a new name, the Pérez Art Museum Miami hopes to make that tropical city a center of the art world. Formerly known as the Miami Art Museum, the institution will be re-named in Pérez's honor when it...
Expo Chicago president and director Tony Karman revealed the list of 120 galleries, hailing from 16 countries and 35 cities globally.
In elegant sculptures and grid reliefs made of bamboo and rattan, Cambodia's Sopheap Pich engages his homeland's perpetually conflicted condition.
High-profile exposure has been a long time coming for Outterbridge, underscoring the critical ghettos into which the mainstream American art world continues to relegate much black American art.
Since my preview of "The Female Gaze" and my review of "Now Dig This!" are readily available online at the New York Times website and elsewhere, I hope readers will judge for themselves whether or not the Nov. 23 petition and David Levi Strauss's...
The New York Times published a review by Ken Johnson of the exhibition "Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980" at New York's MoMA PS1.
The current Sean Bleuchel show is on view until Apr. 6. The gallery's next show, of work by Ben Durham, will be its last (Apr. 12 through June).