|Posts on Regator:||2045|
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|Archived Since:||February 11, 2011|
Ian Cheng's live simulations transport viewers to immersive fictional worlds populated with characters and communities whose behaviors the artist can condition but not control.
A look at this week's art news, including Doreen Garner's tattoo project, "Invisible Man Tattoo," Diana Al-Hadid's upcoming public installation in Madison Square Park, and Tania Bruguera's 2018 commission for Tate Modern's Turbine H...
In February, Art21 premiered two new films from the digital series "New York Close Up," and published a new playlist in honor of Black History Month.
Art21 is starting off 2018—the year of our 21st anniversary—with a special series of five new film premieres featuring five artists.
Educator-in-Residence Nick Kozak details his unit on street art, in which students critically examine the anonymous artists creating work in their neighborhoods.
Meet Art21 Educator Nick Kozak, and learn how he's breaking down the barriers his students face by incorporating contemporary art practices in the classroom.
A look at this week's art news, including the exhibition "Art in the Age of the Internet" at the ICA Boston which explores how the internet has shaped contemporary culture and artistic production.
A look at this week's art news, including a series of artist-designed commemorative covers for "New York" magazine that are taking the form of a public art exhibition, and events and exhibitions from New York to Tasmania.
In this rare interview accompanying a new Art21 film, Barbara Kruger shares her media diet, what she sees as art's role in contemporary society, and the inspiration behind two of her earliest works.
Artist and co-curator of "Monument Lab" Ken Lum shares the findings of this public engagement project, which served as a participatory exercise in spatial production, and questioned the role of monuments and public art in civic spac...
Art21 Executive Director and Chief Curator Tina Kukielski introduces the new winter issue, stressing the need for contemporary art and artists in the current debates over public space, power, and ownership.
A look at this week's art news, including the recently announced United States Artists 2018 Fellows, and events and exhibitions from Syracuse to Zurich.
A look at this week's art news, including new commissions for the U.S. Embassy in London, and events and exhibitions from Atlanta to Osaka.
A look at this week's art news, including new major commissions in the works in San Francisco, and events and exhibitions from New York to Toronto.
A look at this week's art news, including the MoMA's latest exhibition, and upcoming events in New York, Oslo, and Sydney.
Through his work, Michael Rakowitz consistently asks how we can care for what we’ve discarded, and opens new possibilities to reimagine previously hostile relationships.
In December, Art21 launched a new playlist and published eight new articles in the Art21 Magazine's issue on "Empathy."
Educator-in-Residence Joseph Iacona's students embark on a project of self-discovery, inspiring them to feel hopeful about themselves and their future while protecting their identities.
A look at this week's art news, including Hiroshi Sugimoto's latest high-profile commission, and events and exhibitions from New York to Tokyo.
Alexandra Bell’s "Counternarratives" series shows inscribed corrections of "New York Times" print articles, exposing editorial bias conveyed by ill-chosen images, poorly worded headlines, and textual masking of white crime.