Art In America

Emily Roysdon

Dozens of handmade clocks ticked away in Emily Roysdon’s exhibition at Participant Inc., the latest in a series of projects for which the artist tangled with notions of temporality. 

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: an evening of performances to send off Rachel Feinstein's Public Art Fund show at Madison Square Park; a series of dance performances by Trajal Harrell at MoMA,...

20 Years Later and Without Basquiat, Gray Hits the Bowery

Founded by artists Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michael Holman in 1979 at the height of Downtown New York's No Wave moment, the legendary band Gray played only a handful of shows at places like the Mudd Club before losing focus sometime around 1981....

Shana Moulton's Tree of Strife

Making her way inch by inch down the right side of the darkened room, Cynthia's body is pressed against the wall, arms outstretched with a look of fear and exasperation barely visible. At the end of her journey, a bed appears via video projection, and...

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