|Posts on Regator:||1957|
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|Archived Since:||February 11, 2011|
Art21's Director of Production offers helpful tips for shooting video underwater after filming Caroline Woolard's sculptures on a Rockaway beach for a "New York Close Up" film.
Educator-in-Residence Stacey Abramson relates the experience of art-making to that of constructing an identity online—both are a means of self-presentation and escape.
A look at this week's art news, including a progressive move by the North Carolina Museum of Art, and events and exhibitions from Louisville to Hong Kong.
John Pirozzi's documentary "Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten" resurrects Cambodia's lost popular-music scene of 1950s and '60s, whose history was wiped out in 1975 when the Khmer Rouge came to power.
Meet Art21 Educator Stacey Abramson, and learn how she incorporates contemporary art practices in her classroom in Winnipeg, Canada.
A look at this week's art news, including Ai Weiwei's new magazine cover, and events and exhibitions from San Francisco to Copenhagen.
Curator Lee Plested and Anishnabe Ojibwa artist Charlene Vickers uncover the complexities of displaying indigenous work.
Artist Shantell Martin and neuroscientist Sarah Schwettmann built an algorithm that could complete Martin's drawings, addressing the space between an artist's truth and a machine's simulation.
Co-guest editors and Art21 producers introduce the film-focused issue of Art21 Magazine, "Inspired by a True Story," uncovering the line between truth and fiction.
A look at this week's art news, including the latest commission of Nick Cave's collaborative community performance "Here Hear," and events and exhibitions from Santa Fe to Seoul.
Writer Sarah Rose Sharp reflects on rust's metaphorical role as both an element of neglect and an indicator of potential within a cycle of continuous rebirth.
Educator-in-Residence Tricia Fitzpatrick uses the curiosity of a student to prompt a lesson on sustainable ecosystems.
See what Art21 was up to in June, including four new "Summer of Shorts" films and the selection of ten new Art21 Educators for the program's seventh year.
Mark Reamy interviews two artists creating ephemeral work: John Steck, Jr., who uses photography to make abstract prints that fade away, and Richard Barlow, who creates large-scale temporary drawings with chalk.
Rachel Heidenry surveys the work of four Philadelphia photographers—Zoe Strauss, Emma Stern, Sahar Coston-Hardy, and William Cress—all capturing unique aspects of the city's dynamic landscape.
A look at this week's art news, including Richard Serra's newly released poster for the 55th New York Film Festival, and events and exhibitions from Milwaukee to Los Angeles.
Writer Adrienne Maree Brown offers a poetic tribute to her adopted city of Detroit.
Art21 Senior Education Advisor Joe Fusaro shares four artists who use rust and decay to tell stories, illuminate histories, and prompt us to think about beauty in new ways.
Curator and guest editor Taylor Renee Aldridge describes the practice of Detroit-based artist Neha Vedpathak, who carefully plucks handmade paper to transform the two-dimensional into a relief.
A look at this week's art news, including a new 30-year survey of work by Tania Bruguera, and events and exhibitions from Rome to Basel.