Art In America

Critical Eye: Kassel: Dislocated Loot

Looted art is everywhere in the Kassel portion of Documenta 14, posited as something like the uncanny double of today’s globe-trotting artworks.

Rachel Rose on Robert Irwin

As part of the Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists (A.i.A.'s August issue), we preview the 2016-17 season of museum exhibitions worldwide. In addition to offering their own top picks, our editors asked select artists, curators and...

Daily Reading: Artist Ebooks from Badlands Unlimited

Badlands Unlimited has a stated interest in publishing “books in an expanded field.” The press’s idea of an expanded field can be understood literally, and even modestly, as encompassing anything that could potentially be defined as a book. It’s not a...

Rachel Rose

For her solo show “Palisades,” New York-based Rachel Rose, who is currently exhibiting a video installation at the Whitney Museum, turned the Serpentine Sackler Gallery into an immersive environment dominated by constant visual and auditory...

Rachel Rose

"When I first came back to Earth after 128 days in space," astronaut David Wolf recounts in Rachel Rose's video Everything and More, "I thought I had ruined my life. . .because gravity felt so heavy." Opalescent pools of liquid churn cosmically as he...

Destination Art: Governors Island

Fancy an art excursion outside the sweaty confines of New York's concrete grid, without the hassle of a car or train trip? Climb aboard a ferry to Governors Island.

Mary Weatherford: L.A. Confidential

Mary Weatherford was sitting in the middle of Los Angeles's David Kordansky Gallery the day before the opening of her show "Los Angeles" (through May 31), her first with the gallery, inspecting her new paintings. Hanging on the walls were large...

Uncanny Valleys

A screening of new videos by nine artists and artist groups explores the possibilities of "unfaithful simulations, imperfect replication, and the slightly wrong."

Art Season in Tulsa: A Look at the New Philbrook Downtown

On June 13, the Philbrook Museum of Art, in Tulsa, Okla., will open Philbrook Downtown, a 30,000-square-foot, two-story satellite space in a brick warehouse in the Brady Arts District. Designed in a minimalist, white-cube style by Gluckman Mayner...

Heavy Rain, Low Tides at Artissima

Rainfall dampened spirits at the 18th edition of ARTISSIMA, the top Italian contemporary art fair that took place in Turin last week. As the water level of the city's Dora and Po rivers rose dangerously over the weekend, the footfall of collectors...

One for the CV: Mario Garcia Torres in New York

The Kunsthalle Bern is looking for a new director, and young Mexican artist Mario Garcia Torres is interested in the position, according to the subtitles in Cover Letter (2011), one of two 35mm slideshow projections by the artist on view through May 8...

Halloween Fair

Feminist art from the 1970s was the costume of choice at NADA's first ever artist ball at Eventi, a hotel in Chelsea. A fundraiser to benefit the artists with whom the satellite art fair works with, at Sunday's Halloween fete guests were welcomed to a...

Shakespearean Fish

The retrospective of the endlessly inventive 79-year-old artist Frank Stella opens today (Oct. 30) at the Whitney Museum. Twenty-five years ago, in our October 1990 issue, a sculpture from Stella's postmodernist "Moby Dick" series was featured on our...

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