Science, like art, can problematize generalizations that have been held for hundreds of years.
Justin Brice Guariglia’s aerial photographs document the rapid rate at which 110,000-year-old Arctic glaciers are disappearing.
"I really wanted the album to be something that was loving of all black women."
Based on seven years of research, the Pacific Standard Time exhibition "Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985" forges a new significance for previously excluded artists.
Bruce High Quality Foundation University brought a DIY, group-talk approach to technical training and critical judgment.
Following a path blazed by Duchamp, a host of current artists are using scents, atmospheric conditions, and microorganisms to create a new, multisensory rapport between viewers and artworks.
Pooh Kaye's corporeal-cinematic experiments defamiliarize her usual surroundings.
Laura Cottingham's film serves to document a social scene as much as to tell a cinematic story.
Juliana Huxtable’s work often feels like she’s taking her audience along as she retraces the steps of her own intellectual wanderings.
Brian Belott created a secular church to children’s art for his show at Gavin Brown’s enterprise in Harlem.
Candy Jernigan transformed ordinarily unlovely objects into images and sculptural works of great wonder and wit.
In “Viva Arte Viva,” Christine Macel has endeavored to build an atmosphere of earnest exchange.
Looted art is everywhere in the Kassel portion of Documenta 14, posited as something like the uncanny double of today’s globe-trotting artworks.
Documenta 14 produced a friction, an anger that didn’t ease up even after the Athens part officially closed.
Becky Suss convincingly articulates intimate details of clothing and decor, yet a sense of artifice prevails in the works.
Mira Dancy offered images of female empowerment alongside text components that highlight echoes between advertising and protest language.
In this arresting and contemplative show, Robert Longo highlighted the epic quality of contemporary events.
Recovering historically neglected artists isn’t just a matter of making their work visible; it also comes with a responsibility to make it legible.