Art In America

Walking the Armory Show with Piper Marshall

The 2014 fair (Mar. 5-9) is home to 204 exhibitors, 146 of which are planted in the contemporary pier, the focus of Marshall's walkabout. As in previous years, several satellite fairs set up shop in New York to coincide with the Armory, among them...

It's Never Too Late for Jack Early

Jack Early first showed New York how he craved attention in collaboration with Rob Pruitt, in the first half of the 1990s. Pruitt-Early championed a mode of installation that altered pop cultural mode in a decidedly non-artful to take on conventions...

New Walls for the Swiss Institute

Gianni Jetzer has been the Director of the Swiss Institute in New York since 2006, and before that he was previously Director of the Neue Kunst Halle St.Gallen. In his tenure at the Swiss Institute he's brought to attention the works of emerging and...

Multinatural: A Converation With Arto Lindsay

Born in the United States and raised in Brazil during the heyday of its Tropicália movement in the 1960's, Arto Lindsay is best known for collaborative musical performances in which he mixes a dynamic variety of auditory and visual components culled...

Walking on Air: A Conversation With Richard Tuttle

Artist Richard Tuttle met with curator and writer Piper Marshall to discuss these dichotomies in his work, which is on view now at Pace Wildenstein now in an exhibition entitled Walking on Air.

X Initiative Contends With Cultural Change

Located in the former Dia Center for the Arts, the X initiative is a not-for-profit project that aims to challenge and respond to the impact of rapid cultural shifts on artistic production.

Brick Flac: A Conversation with Kerstin Braetsch

Kerstin Brätsch is one of the few New York-based artists in the New Museum's forthcoming Generational exhibition, Younger than Jesus. Obfuscating the divisions between traditional media, Brätsch's installations feature large oil paintings and...

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