Art In America

In the Studio: Kristin Lucas

On Oct. 5, 2007, in an Alameda County, Calif., courthouse, Kristin Sue Lucas became Kristin Sue Lucas. The redundancy of this "name change" was precisely the point, reflecting the artist's desire to reload her identity as one would a webpage,...

Broad Museum Raises Gauntlet in Michigan

Two exhibitions inaugurated what the museum says will be a perpetually rotating series of exhibits: "In Search of Time," a compelling collection of multi-media contemporary and historical art and "Global Groove," a collection of 12 video...

Artnet Magazine Remembered at Haunch of Venison

Amidst heavy rains at the end of a muggy day in New York, dozens of art scribes gathered at Chelsea's Haunch of Venison gallery to honor Artnet.com's magazine. The German company, which provides a popular art market database, abruptly discontinued...

Peter Greenaway Advocates Non-Cinema at Video Fair

The video-only art fair LOOP kicked off its 10th edition last Thursday in Barcelona. 47 international galleries rented a room each in the four-star Hotel Ramblas in the Catalonian capital to show the work of one artist in their program. With...

Bomb, Memory: Q+A With Jose Parla

You couldn't miss the opening of José Parla's solo show at Bryce Wolkowitz last week if you tried. The Miami-born, Brooklyn-based artist hired two street drummers he met on the subway to beat their paint buckets outside the former graffiti writer's...

Richard Maxwell

The use of video in theater and dance performances has a storied history, from the early work of Robert Whitman, Trisha Brown, Deborah Hay, Carolee Schneemann and a host of others to the more technologically sophisticated later projects of Merce...

David Kennedy Cutler

Looking into Derek Eller gallery from the street during a recent show by David Kennedy Cutler, it was hard to tell what was going on inside. One saw shapes, but what were they? They seemed almost liquid, as if water had been immobilized after being...

Bill Viola

The internationally acclaimed Bill Viola, admired for his massive, multiscreen cinematic installations, has never strayed far from his roots. The equipment has gotten more sophisticated, the installations more demandingly architectural, but his...

Interview: Glenn Brown

On the eve of his current retrospective at Tate Liverpool, the British painter talked about his technique, which  is renowned, and his sources, which are legion. 

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