Art In America

Parviz Tanavoli

Parviz Tanavoli is celebrated as the father of modern Iranian sculpture. After receiving his general education in Tehran and then, in the 1950s, his art training in Italy (under teachers including sculptor Marino Marini), Tanavoli helped form, in the...

Jennifer rosa

Founded in 2005 in Vicenza, Italy, by a closely knit group of dancers, choreographers and performance artists, the collective known as Jennifer rosa enlists their own bodies and those of others to create formally rigorous, psychologically searching...

Abigail Anne Newbold

For her exhibition "Crafting Settlement," Abigail Anne Newbold, an artist who lives in Somerville, Mass., fabricated a three-room enclosure based on a type of 19th-century New England farmhouse that efficiently linked domesticity and labor.

Julianne Swartz

"Julianne Swartz: How Deep Is Your," the artist's first museum survey, presented just over 30 photographs, sculptures and sound pieces that she completed between 1998 and 2012.

Nancy Holt

Sun Tunnels (1973-76), Nancy Holt's 88-ton installation in Utah's Great Basin Desert, consists of four massive concrete culverts, each pierced on its skyward side with holes framing the stars of different constellations. A similarly intimate...

Cheyney Thompson

"Cheyney Thompson: metric, pedestal, landlord, cabengo, recit," the artist's first museum survey, was something of a homecoming. Thompson graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 1997 and stayed in Boston the following year,...

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