October 31, 2019

Editor’s Letter

Our current model of arts patronage is failing, but there are no easy solutions.
October 31, 2019

Luckily, I Strayed

A photographer of twentieth-century cultural luminaries, octogenarian Duane Michals, subject of a retrospective at the Morgan Library in New York, has recently pivoted to film.
October 31, 2019

Painter Persona

In his self-deprecating paintings and videos, Trevor Shimizu pokes fun at artistic pretension while exploring the often painful complexity of selfhood.
October 31, 2019

We Can Be Worse

Protests against sexual violence have rocked Mexico City and galvanized a community of feminist artists.
October 31, 2019

The Brief

This month’s most notable museum exhibition openings, art fairs, biennials, awards, and museum acquisitions.
October 31, 2019

First Look: Imran Perretta

A London-based artist and filmmaker confronts the challenges of immigration in a global society.
October 31, 2019

Sightlines

Cameron Shaw, the new deputy director and chief curator of the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, tells us what’s on her mind.
October 31, 2019

The Exchange

A literary scholar and an artist discuss why clouds have become ubiquitous metaphors in a networked society.
October 31, 2019

Hands On

Q&A with transport logistics manager Ryan Pressman.
October 1, 2019

Editor’s Letter

Leonardo da Vinci’s scientific investigations find an echo in A.i.A.’s new section, The Exchange, as well as our digital newsletter The Program.
October 1, 2019

Finding Our Feet

Paris-based Turkish artist Nil Yalter explores cultural displacement through videos, photo-collages, and installations.
October 1, 2019

Computer Leaders

Chinese artists respond to digital technology and new media in highly varied and surprising ways, intensifying the post-globalism identity debate.
October 1, 2019

The Brief

This month’s most notable exhibition openings, art fairs, biennials, awards, and museum appointments and acquisitions.
October 1, 2019

Sightlines

Writer Ben Lerner tells us what’s on his mind.
October 1, 2019

Backstory

Lee Ufan reveals the stormy beginnings of Mono-ha art, a striking contrast to its peaceful balance of natural and industrial forms.