|Posts on Regator:||1902|
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|Archived Since:||February 11, 2011|
Elizabeth Wolfson recounts the early controversy surrounding Maya Lin's Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the delicate balance that must be achieved when memorializing war's heroes and victims.
Mark Reamy interviews the founder of Open Engagement, an annual conference on the field of socially engaged art, happening this year in Chicago April 21–23.
A look at this week's art news, including Ai Weiwei's upcoming multi-site public art project, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Dallas to Milan.
Erin Sweeny uncovers the complexities of accepting photography as an objective representation of reality, through the work of twentieth century German photographer August Sander.
Writer-in-Residence Zachary Small uncovers the psychological implications of Beverly Fishman's brightly colored pill-paintings that explore the consequences of an unchecked medical industry.
A look at this week's art news, including Art21 artists rallying to save the National Endowment for the Arts, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Phoenix to Reykjavik.
A look at this week's art news, including Theaster Gates taking an ax to a painting, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Minneapolis to Copenhagen.
Art21's Director of Digital Media and Strategy Jonathan Munar introduces our new website, and all the new features—like Playlists and Watchlists—that come with it.
Tom McCormack recounts the events leading up to the 1913 Armory Show, and the impact the fair would have on the art world for centuries to come.
Lindsay Preston Zappas reviews Kathleen Ryan's recent sculpture exhibition at Ghebaly Gallery, "Weightless Again" —a reclamation of feminine modernism.
"Balance" guest editor Lewis Wallace introduces the issue with an investigation into the challenges of obtaining journalistic balance.
A look at this week's art news, including Jenny Holzer's upcoming exhibition at UK’s historic Blenheim Palace, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Berlin to Kansas City.
A look at this week's art news, including Rashid Johnson directing his first feature film, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Durham to Denmark.
Painter Ann Marie Nafziger recounts her experience at Standing Rock, just days after the 2016 presidential election.
Anthony Merino details the necessary overhaul of art historical traditions predicated on prejudice and exclusion.
Writer-in-Residence Rachel Valinsky reviews Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s recent exhibition "Teeth Gums Machines Future Society," a techno-futurist take on the city of Memphis, Tennessee.
A look at this week's art news, including William Kentridge's new arts nonprofit, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Houston to Frankfurt.
Caroline Picard interviews artist Bill Burns about his new book, "Hans Ulrich Obrist Hear Us," both a memoir and an artistic survey that questions notions of cultural capital.
Playing on the Barclays Center’s “Oculus” screen through March 5 as part of the Public Art Fund’s "Commercial Break" series, Meriem Bennani’s 30-second video piece "Your Year by Fardaous Funjab," features an 'advertisement' for the artist’s fictional hijab design.
In Doris Salcedo’s public-art installation "Sumando Ausencias," thousands of volunteers blanketed Bolívar Square with cloth containing the names of the victims of Colombia's decades-long conflict.