Art In America

Corporate Aesthetics: Aleksandra Mir and Corporate Mentality

Published in 2003, her book Corporate Mentality is certainly a time capsule of the cultural economy at the turn of the millennium, but also provides a prescient guide to today's world, awash as it is in arts management graduate degree programs and...

Guy Ben-Ner

With the exhibition "Soundtrack," Israeli artist Guy Ben-Ner returned to New York with his first show since 2010's "Second Nature."

Frieze New York Reaches Agreement With Unions

Frieze New York has reached an agreement with unions following a dispute over hiring practices, as confirmed by a press representative of Teamsters Joint Council 16.

Paulo Bruscky

Five decades of work comprise "Art is Our Last Hope," Brazilian artist Paulo Bruscky's first solo show in the U.S.

Nightclubbing in the Library: Danceteria Lounge Recreated at NYU

Titled the GoNightclubbing Video Lounge, the installation (through May 31) is a re-creation of the original Danceteria Video Lounge, located in the eponymous nightclub, which was famed for its confluence of punk rock musicians and downtown artists...

Sheila Gallagher

Feeling as though our secular materialist culture has lost its hold on spiritual experience?

Verbatim: Rashaad Newsome

I'm from New Orleans, and vogue is a very East Coast thing. My first time seeing it was at a b-boy party in New Orleans; someone from New York was there and he vogued. When I moved to New York in 2000 I lived in an all black queer collective—by...

Corcoran Merges with National Gallery and GW University

Today Washington, D.C.'s Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Corcoran College of Art and Design announced a partnership with the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University (GW). The proposed collaboration would entail that the Corcoran...

Terry Adkins, 1953-2014

Terry Adkins passed away February 7 at age 60; the cause was heart failure. An artist and musician, Adkins was also a professor of fine arts at the University of Pennsylvania.  

Milton Resnick’s Studio to Extend AbEx Legacy on the LES

The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation has announced plans to renovate the former home and studio of Abstract Expressionist painter Milton Resnick (1917-2004) at 87 Eldridge Street on New York's Lower East Side. 

Breaking Material Ground: American Medium in Bed Stuy

The free-roving, polymorphous American Medium touches down in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood with a physical gallery space after two years of online and pop-up exhibitions. A.i.A. talked to proprietors Daniel Wallace, Travis Fitzgerald and...

Breaking Horses: Lionel Maunz at Bureau

While the streets outside were frigid and empty as New York weathered the polar vortex last Tuesday, artist Lionel Maunz chiseled away at a sculpture's concrete base as he finished installing his new solo show at Bureau gallery.

Think Ink: Contemporary Chinese Art Comes to the Met

How do you best present contemporary art from cultures unfamiliar to Western viewers? In "Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China" (through Apr. 6, 2014), the first exhibition of contemporary Chinese art at New York's Metropolitan Museum of...

Coming Home to Liberace: Julie Ault’s Collection Returns

Now taking over both of Artists Space's locations (Greene Street and Walker Street) after appearing at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Basel, Switzerland, and Culturgest in Lisbon, Portugal, "Macho Man, Tell It To My Heart" was put together by a...

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