May 1, 2019

Community of Wanderers

Over the past twenty years, Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke has drawn from—and sometimes interwoven—both realist cinema and action movies to evoke the social disruptions of China’s […]
May 1, 2019

Brancusi and America

A Romanian provincial who, with his talent for reconciling formal opposites, became a key (though critically undervalued) figure in the Parisian avant-garde, Constantin Brancusi had a […]
May 1, 2019

Atlas San Francisco: Dig Beneath Beautiful

The Black Aesthetic, a San Francisco collective dedicated to film, photography, and performance, has revived appreciation for local legends like Ed Mock and Melinda McDowell, while […]
May 1, 2019

Books

Howard Schneider on Mary Schmidt Campbell’s An American Odyssey: The Life and Work of Romare Bearden; plus related titles in brief.
May 1, 2019

Backstory: Adventures in Mexico

Venezuelan-born, LA-based artist Luchita Hurtado recalls a 1946 trip to Mexico with her husband, former Surrealist Wolfgang Paalen, a kingpin of the bohemian scene there.
May 1, 2019

The Brief

Clarence John Laughlin at the High Museum, Atlanta; Frieze, TEFAF, and four other art fairs in New York; Whitney Biennial, New York; Frank Bowling at Tate […]
May 1, 2019

Sightlines

Performance Space New York director Jenny Schlenzka tells us what’s on her mind.
May 1, 2019

Artworld

People, Awards, Obituaries
April 1, 2019

Portfolio

Curator Miguel A. López introduces a selection of seldom seen early paintings, photographs, and sculptures by Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña, reflecting her dual fascination with the […]
April 1, 2019

Books

Qianfan Gu on Barbara Pollack’s Brand New Art from China: A Generation on the Rise; plus related titles in brief.
April 1, 2019

The Brief

The Shed opens in New York; Art Cologne; “Illuminating the Wilderness” explores human neurodiversity at Tate Liverpool; “Art After Stonewall, 1969–1989” at the Grey Art Gallery […]
April 1, 2019

Artworld

People, Awards, Obituaries
March 1, 2019

Almost a Heaven

Despite his harrowing experience in World War II, Polish aristocrat Józef Czapski maintained a lifelong commitment to art and literature, while also voicing a clear anti-Soviet […]
March 1, 2019

Books

Lilly Wei on Mary Gabriel’s Ninth Street Women: Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler: Five Painters and the Movement That […]
March 1, 2019

The Brief

Honolulu Biennial; Charlotte Posenenske at Dia:Beacon; Armory Show art fair in New York; Art Basel Hong Kong; “Made in New York: The Business of Folk Art” at […]