?Watch This! Revelations in Media Art? presents pioneering and contemporary artworks that trace the evolution of a continuously emerging medium. The exhibition celebrates artists who are engaged in a creative revolution?one shaped as...Show More Summary
All images via A limited edition screensaver, the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art (MAK), and Bitcoin have united to make art history. This year has already been monumental for the cryptocurrency, be it through sassy spin-offs or intra-company drama. Show More Summary
Nothing much happens in “m.A.A.d.,” Kahlil Joseph’s double-screen video installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Unexpectedly, its open-ended ordinariness is among the work’s primary advantages.
Douglas Druick, President and Eloise W. Martin Director of the Art Institute of Chicago, announced today the largest gift of art in the museum?s 136-year history: the Edlis/Neeson Collection, 42 iconic masterpieces of contemporary art donated by the Chicago-based collectors and philanthropists Stefan T. Show More Summary
What the hell happened at Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami?
The fourth floor of the Museum of Contemporary Art has temporarily become a deeply somber place. An earthen graveyard fills the lobby. Sharp rusted structures stand forlorn in a gallery. Empty hospital cots line the floors. Broken furniture and worn shoes lean against the walls and one another....
The museum used to be a storehouse for the art of the past, the display of supposed masterpieces, the insightful exploration of the present in the context of the long or compressed histories that preceded it. Now — especially as embodied by the Tate Modern, Guggenheim Bilbao, and our beloved MoMA — the museum is […]
A major private contemporary art collection with a value estimated at $400 million is being donated to the Art Institute of Chicago by local philanthropists Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson, in what the museum is calling the largest gift of art in its history and a coup for the institution and the...
“Believe it or not, I am in love with what this building represents – and with its perfectly titled inaugural show, ‘America Is Hard to See.’ The show includes 600 works by around 400 artists, drawn entirely from the museum’s collection of over 21,000 works by 3,000 artists, and it makes me think this museum […]
Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art range from an important 16th century Italian drawing from an album assembled by a pioneering early collector, to a work created just last year by contemporary photographer Vik Muniz....Show More Summary
The newest addition to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art's permanent collection is an 8-by-8-foot collage created by New York sculptor Lisa Hoke. Commissioned by the Museum, the collage is composed of material from Hoke's 2013 site-specific...Show More Summary
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago presents New York multidisciplinary artist Keren Cytter?s first large-scale presentation of the artist?s work in the United States. The exhibition features eight videos from the past decade and a new series of drawings and live performance works. Show More Summary
This spring, the Worcester Art Museum is featuring a diverse array of artistic interpretations of samurai in contemporary culture. On view April 18 through September 6, 2015, Samurai! draws inspiration from the recently-acquired Japanese...Show More Summary
For over three decades Marilyn Minter has produced lush paintings, photographs, and videos that vividly manifest our culture?s complex and contradictory emotions around the feminine body and beauty. Her unique works?from the oversized...Show More Summary
Douglas Druick, President and Eloise W. Martin Director of the Art Institute of Chicago, announced today that Chicago attorney Irving Stenn Jr. has given the museum more than 100 drawings from his exceptional collection of seminal works produced in the 1960s. Show More Summary
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco today announced the appointment of Dr. Karin G. Oen as the museum?s Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, effective June 15, 2015. A scholar of modern and contemporary Asian art with museum experience focusing on contemporary and historical collections, Dr. Show More Summary
The Smithsonian African Art Museum’s newest exhibition invites visitors to descend from heaven, through purgatory and into hell. Spanning all four levels of the museum, “The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell Revisited by Contemporary...Show More Summary
Robot Glockenspiel Performs Popcorn. [YouTube and above] In contemporary art museums, columns are going the way of gluten. Both the Broad and the Whitney tout their soon-to-come “column-free” exhibition spaces. High-ceilinged, flexible...Show More Summary
Matthew Teitelbaum, now “director and CEO of the Art Gallery of Ontario, brings not only a track record of successful museum expansion and fund-raising, but a broad approach to audience engagement and an expertise in contemporary art that could add new dimensions to the MFA.”
Come August, for the first time in two decades, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts will have a new leader. Matthew Teitelbaum, the longtime director and CEO of the Art Gallery of Ontario and a champion of contemporary art, will succeed Malcolm Rogers, after a vote early Thursday by MFA’s board of trustees. In Teitelbaum, 59, […]