Art In America

Brent Green

Brent Green works in the tradition of artist as mythmaker, as teller of tall tales. If Mark Twain were with us today, he would probably be engaged in endeavors comparable to Green’s films—works that focus on characters tragically consumed by their...

Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster & Other Essays

Rachel Harrison's survey show at the Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College in upstate New York consists of two parts: "Consider the Lobster," several rooms of sculpture, video, and photography, which are titled both individually and in groups as...

Do It Yourself

Artist-run spaces are nothing new, though their popularity has seen a spike in the last six months to such an extent that they have become part of the mainstream art scenes in many cities. Here are a few gems that are changing the way we think about...

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