Art In America

Maria Antelman

The title of Maria Antelman’s exhibition at Melanie Flood Projects“My Touch, Your Command, Your Touch, My Command,” alluded to the mutually influential relationships between machines and their users.

Critical Eye: Personal Boundaries

The traveling exhibition “Art AIDS America,” opening this summer at the Bronx Museum, finds renewed relevance in the culture wars of the 1980s and ’90s, especially the dual political-aesthetic strategies of the era’s most socially committed...

Comics: Drawn Together

Merging artists and audience, Dune, a cafe-based event in Seattle, enables cartoonists—from would-be to established—to draft pages side by side once a month and immediately self-publish.

From the Archives: Art & AIDS—The Stuff Life Is Made Of

When accounts of American art in the late 1980s and 1990s are written, recurrent themes will emerge: the body, sexual identity, childhood, mortality. And all of them, directly or indirectly, link up to the AIDS pandemic, the protracted medical...

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