Art In America

Frieze New York 2015 Exhibitor List Revealed

Nearly 200 galleries will participate, approximately the same number as last year. About 30 percent are from New York. Exhibitors hail from 33 countries and territories, from Austria and Estonia to Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates. Last year,...

From the A.i.A. Archive: Robert Storr on Adriana Varejão

On the occasion of Adriana Varejão's first solo museum exhibition in the United States, now at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (through Apr. 5, 2015), A.i.A. delved into the archives. In the article "The Carioca & the Paulista," in our...

The Agenda: This Week in New York

A.i.A. editors suggest a few of the myriad events taking place this week in New York: Robert Gober in conversation MoMA curator Ann Temkin; a talk by artist Tomás Saraceno at the Guggenheim; a Trunk Show of work by Xenobia Bailey at The Studio...

Gordon Hall

For Gordon Hall's first solo exhibition at Foxy Production, the New York-based artist presented a series of precise, minimal sculptures and site-specific works that made veiled reference to objects of traditional American culture. 

Bradford Young

Bradford Young's three-channel film Bynum Cutler, installed at the Bethel Tabernacle AME Church in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, was presented as one of four site-specific works making up "Black Radical Brooklyn: Funkgodjazzmedicine," a group exhibition...

Jane Corrigan

In her first solo show at Kerry Schuss, the Canadian-born, New York-based painter Jane Corrigan (b. 1980) exhibited eight oil-on-linen works (all 2014) that depict women of indeterminate ages wearing sporty clothing, such as track jackets, gym shorts...

Marco Breuer

Eschewing digital technologies as well as conventional photographic genres, Marco Breuer manipulates near-obsolete chemical developing and printing processes to create striking abstract compositions. 

Jane Freilicher, “A Poet’s Painter,” 1924-2014

Freilicher was best known for expressionistic rural landscapes and cityscapes, which often combined interior still lifes with exterior views. She was one of few women members of the New York School of painters and poets.

Brian Droitcour, Kyle Bentley Join A.i.A. Editorial Team

Droitcour is a writer, translator and PhD candidate in comparative literature at New York University. Bentley edits publications for various institutions, notably the exhibition catalogues Gauguin: Metamorphoses (2014) and Yoko Ono: One Woman Show,...

John Divola

Studying in Los Angeles in the early 1970s under Robert Heinecken, John Divola encountered Abstract Expressionism as a photographic phenomenon.

Guy C. Corriero

In its traditional form, gesso consists of ground chalk suspended in a binding medium of rabbit-skin glue.

From the Archives: Lee Krasner on Protest and Pollock

On the occasion of the exhibition "From the Margins: Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis, 1945-1952," at New York's Jewish Museum (through Feb. 1, 2015), A.i.A. delved into the archives. For our September-October 1977 issue, we explored the question "What...

“Thread Lines”

Discovering that the Drawing Center's SoHo building was originally designed to house a loom factory, Anne Wilson has staged a performance for "Thread Lines" that turns the site itself into a loom. 

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