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See what Art21 was up to in May, including a new text interview with artist Theaster Gates, and a featured playlist curated around the theme "Take Action."
This photo essay explores the work of Detroit photographers Scott Hocking and Bree Gant—each capturing their city in distinct, dynamic ways.
A look at this week's art news, including rave reviews for Mark Bradford's work at the Venice Biennale, and events and exhibitions everywhere from St. Louis to Los Angeles.
In an investigation with her 9th grade applied science class, Tricia Fitzpatrick's students learn what makes Mars red, and create rust artworks through experimentation.
A look at this week's art news, including Jeff Koons' new public art installation at Rockefeller Center, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Chicago to Shanghai.
A look at this week's art news, including the 57th Venice Biennale opening Saturday, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Savannah to St. Louis.
Art21 Magazine's first co-guest editors, curators Laura Mott and Taylor Renee Aldridge, introduce the issue's theme: "Rust," and its complicated relationship to the city of Detroit.
Guest editors Taylor Aldridge and Laura Mott sit down with artists Olayami Dabls and Carole Harris to discuss the roles of rust, ritual and time in their Detroit-based practices.
Mohamad Hafez creates elaborate models of annihilated streetscapes and ruined buildings, replicating the devastation of the war in Syria, where he was born.
Meet Art21 Educator Tricia Fitzpatrick and learn how she incorporates contemporary art practices in her science classroom in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Art21 Magazine is transitioning its Writer-in-Residence program to an Educator-in-Residence, inviting a member from the Art21 Educators community to contribute to each issue.
A look at this week's art news, including recent awards won by artists Mika Tajima and Do Ho Suh, and events and exhibitions in NYC, Seattle, Beverly Hills, and Marseille.
Artists NIC Kay and Anna Martine Whitehead discuss their performance practices, and the voices they rely upon in a world filled with injustice.
See what Art21 was up to in April, including a new film release on artist Sarah Sze, and a featured playlist curated by Season 7 artist Arlene Shechet.
Curator Siqiao Lu and artist-filmmaker Tiffany Fung discuss the borders that art trespasses and reconstructs in He Xiangu’s debut film “The Swim,” which premiered at the Guggenheim Museum in February 2017.
The Art21 staff presents a selection of our favorite films and exhibitions in New York.
Erin Sweeny recounts her performative action of walking the length of Manhattan on Good Friday, and relates the project to other artists who incorporate walking in their practice.
A look at this week's art news, including Kerry James Marshall being named one of Time's 100 Most Influential People, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Dallas to Dublin.
Technologist Eric Schles recounts his collaboration with the News Literacy Project, a nonprofit bringing news literacy and civic education to the U.S. school system in all fifty states.
Artist Gabrielle Civil shares the freedom her performance practice has brought her, and the frustration of dealing with oblivious racism in 2017.