|Posts on Regator:||1986|
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|Archived Since:||February 11, 2011|
Philadelphia writer Heather Holmes offers her thoughts on Cai Guo-Qiang's public art project "Fireflies," in which 27 pedicabs lit with Chinese lanterns circle Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
A look at this week's art news, including Mel Chin's new public artwork in Philadelphia, and events and exhibitions from Boston to Berlin.
The Art21 staff presents a selection of our favorite fall exhibitions on view in New York.
Art21 Senior Education Advisor Joe Fusaro offers seven tips for keeping projects and curriculum fresh in studio art classes.
Artist Hong Hong combines two traditional forms of papermaking—Tibetan and Japanese—to create large-scale abstract paper sculptures.
NEW INC director Julia Kaganskiy introduces the issue by drawing an important distinction between invention and innovation.
A look at this week's art news, including a special Time Magazine project honoring women, and events and exhibitions from Paris to Philadelphia.
Maya Lin discusses hurricanes and climate change in relation to the work in her new show, "Ebb and Flow," opening today at Pace Gallery.
Meet Art21 Educator Todd Elkin, and learn how he incorporates contemporary art practices in his classroom in Fremont, California.
A look at this week's art news, including a new public art commission for Times Square, and events and exhibitions from Los Angeles to London.
Filmmaker Natalia Almada considers the subjectivity involved in the creation of both her documentary and fiction projects.
Producer and director Pamela Mason Wagner describes how she utilizes reenactments to fill in the missing details of historical documentaries.
A look at this week's art news, including Ai Weiwei and Trevor Paglen's new Kickstarter projects, and events and exhibitions from Venice to Mumbai.
Although Joan Jonas might not work in the same public, ad-hoc settings, her recent work connects live performance, drawing, and live-feed video in a circular fashion to carve out new depths.
In August, Art21 released the final two "Summer of Shorts" films, published new magazine articles and a new playlist.
Artist and Stanford professor Jonathan Calm reflects on the vastly different experiences conveyed in two photographs he took of the Lorraine Motel—one in black-and-white and the other in color.
A look at this week's art news, including Kara Walker's artist statement about not wanting to write an artist statement, and events and exhibitions from San Jose to London.
Amanda Long shares the motivation behind her public artwork, "Wishing Well," which gives people a space in which to dream.
Artist Rachel Rose spends months researching materials and methods before constructing compelling narratives for her ten-minute video pieces.
Although documentary in nature, Maureen Drennan's photographs take artistic license in order to convey the essence of specific people and places.