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ISTANBUL — Last Saturday, Yassin al-Haj Saleh, one of the most vocal thinkers of the Syrian Revolution offers his perspective on the intellectuals role during a time of upheavel.
Very naturally, after spending two academic years working side by side, critiquing and inspiring each other, a subliminal dialogue takes place between artists working in the same program.
On Friday two tourists visiting the northern Italian city of Cremona broke part of an 18th-century sculpture they were climbing to take a selfie.
BOSTON — The news of Jane Farver’s death on April 29 came as a complete shock.
This career may not be suitable for everyone.
It’s not so easy for Iranian-American artists to portray their hyphenated identities.
The death of Kurt Cobain in early April of 1994 shocked almost nobody who knew him and almost everybody who didn’t.
Last night, two men were killed and one man was injured at the American Freedom Defense Initiative's "Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest" in the Dallas/Forth Worth area.
This week, Instagram's impact on art collecting, Chicago's missing Keith Haring, 50 buildings in 50 cities, privilege at art museums, the largest object in the universe, and more.
On Thursday, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders announced his candidacy for President, and will run against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination.
Jason Karolak and I spoke over beers in his studio one day during the never-ending winter.
The central objects and images of Cabo Verde poet Corsino Fortes are deceptively simple: sun, moon, sea, stone, bread, drums, guitars, blood, palm, fist, thumb, and mouth, along with the colors red, yellow, and green, appear time and again throughout the book.
In early 1966, following a New Years’ gig by his folk-rock band, the Fugs, the poet Ed Sanders woke up to find that his Peace Eye Bookstore, then on East 10th Street, had been raided by the NYPD.
With America Is Hard to See, the exhibition inaugurating its luminous new Renzo Piano building, the Whitney has reclaimed its role among the city’s museums as the engine of the new.
A new card game throws together the highs and lows of culture, from Wagner's Ring Cycle to the video game Doom, asking players to debate essential questions like, "Which is a sign of the Apocalypse?" or "Which expresses the inexpressible?"
Join me as I wander the streets of Chelsea and bring you the first in an as-yet-only-theoretical series of gallery pen reviews.
This week in art news: The new Whitney Museum of American Art officially opened to the public, Art Spiegelman's Maus was withdrawn from Russian bookstores, and the Dulwich Picture Gallery revealed the forgery it had hidden within its collection.
SAN FRANCISCO — The past year has seen many powerful, violent images.
Closed in 2001 with TWA's absorption by American Airlines, the TWA Flight Center designed by Eero Saarinen at JFK has been vacant ever since.
Artist studios in California, Kansas, Ohio, and Italy.