Art In America

The Perils of Post-Internet Art

Though its buzzworthy name implies a cutting-edge aesthetic, Post-Internet art reinforces an all-too-familiar gallery system, according to a critic of online culture.

The Hole Truth

During the 1970s, Howardena Pindell developed a unique method for creating a textured, memory-laden painting surface.    

The Fabric of Memory

Thailand's Jakkai Siributr endows his stitched, embroidered and sequined works with a deeply serious sociopolitical import.

From A.i.A.’s Gober Archives: Poetics of the Drain

On the occasion of Robert Gober's retrospective at New York's Museum of Modern Art, A.i.A. delved into the archives. In our December 1997 issue, art historian David Joselit argued that Gober's invocation of Duchamp was even more sly than often thought.

Made in L.A.

As the second edition of a show that first took place two years ago, this summer's Made in L.A. at the Hammer Museum satisfied the minimum requirements of being biennial.

A Private Passion Goes Public: Stanford’s Anderson Collection

Stanford University, a hub of innovative entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley and the origin of the "sharing economy" (think Uber and Airbnb), is now home to a magnificent example of art sharing. The Anderson Collection, a new museum that is part of...

Juan Logan

Since the 1960s, Juan Logan (b. 1946) has mined Southern histories to produce a powerful alloy, one joining abstraction to a narrative that yokes the social injustices of the pre-Civil Rights era to today.

Morag Keil

For her first solo exhibition in the U.S., Scottish artist Morag Keil presented a meditation on property and authorship in the digital age.

Zhang Dali

In the mid- to late 1990s, Zhang Dali spray-painted his own profile on the walls of condemned buildings in Beijing, drawing attention to the architectural and human victims of China's campaign to modernize.

Do Ho Suh

For the Korean-born artist Do Ho Suh, drawing is a process primarily aimed at recording his physical surroundings. Using a labor-intensive rubbing technique, he covers the surfaces of an interior space with paper, including, in Rubbing/Loving Project,...

From the Archives: Warhol, Judd and others Weigh In on Matisse

On the occasion of an encyclopedic 1975 show of Henri Matisse's work at Paris's Musée d'Art Moderne, A.i.A. devoted an entire issue to the master. In one article, eight contemporary artists shared observations on the artist; interviews with Roy...

Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler

According to the U.S. Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places, almost every county in the United States has registered at least one locale as a "historic place worthy of preservation." 

Rico Gatson

For almost two decades, Rico Gatson has been making strong work that stands at the intersection of formalist abstraction and social commentary. 

Walter Robinson

Throughout his storied career, Walter Robinson has been classified under different categories yet contained by none of them.

A Look at Hudson’s Collection at Envoy Enterprises

All dealers need to do a little handholding when managing their artists. Some, however, stand out for not only nurturing their stable but also inspiring them. New York dealer Hudson was one of those. 

Maya Lin Wins $300,000 Gish Prize

Established in 1994 in memory of actress Lillian Gish ("the First Lady of American cinema"), the prize recognizes "highly accomplished artists who have pushed the boundaries of their art forms, contributed to social change and paved the way for the...

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