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by Andrea Alessi
The small Dutch city of Utrecht is receiving worldwide attention this weekend as its charming canals and cobbled corridors play... [more]
by Danna Lorch
In response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage equality, Ramallah-based artist Khaled Jarrar wittingly sp... [more]
by Paul Hanford
How do you like your Eggs? Controversial. This may be the answer the Milwaukee Art Museum would give after its recent acquisition of Egg... [more]
by Alex Anderson
One issue that weighs on my psyche as an artist working in the realm of realism is that of understanding the attraction to and va... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
Three rooms into the modern art section of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya the film Tide Table is projected on the... [more]
by Danna Lorch
Alserkal Avenue, Dubai’s industrial arts district, was originally a marble factory and is tucked away in the city’s... [more]
by Stephanie Berzon
EVOL at Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 529 W. 20th
Gentrification is the big bad wolf in the modern day urban party. Never formally invited, it heard of the gathering by word... [more]
by Danna Lorch
Two boys crouch on either side of the wall that separates the West Bank from Jerusalem. They are smuggling 1,000 loaves of Ka... [more]
by Eva Recinos
Lying somewhere on the spectrum between an amusement park and seaside resort, Coney Island attracts tourists with its boardwalk, ri... [more]
by Rodrigo Campuzano
One of art’s most powerful assets is that it can speak on behalf of the silenced; it can express what other media might n... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the fourth installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
In celebration of Pride week, Christie's ran a special Warhol auction this week, making some 100 photographs and drawings available to purchase. Bey... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
Are sculpture parks a thing of the past? Just like Disneyland for the art world, sculpture parks are popular tourist attraction... [more]
by James Pepper Kelly
On Saturday I go to the granite steps of the MCA with several hundred others for Chicago Artists Group Portrait, 2015. The wea... [more]
by Vanessa Gravenor
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Entering Fire and Forget. On Violence, the viewer passes through two of the four rotating gates in Daniil Galkin’s installation... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
If you’re on the dating circuit and don’t know this by now, you should: art bookshops—for lovers of art an... [more]
by Christina Catherine Martinez
The art bar has an amorphous history, beginning perhaps with Cabaret Voltaire and reaching critical mass with those pilot program Starbucks that serve wine and put o... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
Faith Holland at TRANSFER
First, apologies for the puns to come. It’s difficult to talk about sexuality and eroticism without making a bad pun or two... [more]
by Ben M. Harvey
Interpreting the patterns of light that reach our eyes is a very difficult problem, requiring about a third of our brains&rsq... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Martin Boyce at Museum für Gegenwartskunst
Walking to the Museum Für Gegenwartkunst is, unavoidably and of itself, a romantic passage. Located just off the Rhine R... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
When you walk onto Basel’s Messeplatz this week you can’t miss it: the temporary Gesamtkunstwerk with the rhetorica... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the third installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual a... [more]
by A. Moret
Rhy Basel
In the early hours of opening day at Rhypark, a gentle rain falls upon Basel. While the sun tries to break through the overc... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
Mathieu K. Abonnenc has a complicated relationship with his past. For his solo presentation in the Statements section of Art Basel,... [more]
by Olga Stefan
Art Basel
Basel, June 2015: Maxa Zoller is the new curator of this year’s Film Sector at Art Basel. Leading up to her film programme this week, Olga Stefan spoke with the Cairo-based curator and lecturer about the blurr... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Art Basel turns 46 this year. There’s little new to say about the original mega-fair, which had 90 exhibitors at its very... [more]
by Teodora Kotseva
It's said that there is “no free lunch,”—but what about some free art events in Basel? Yes, it's June, and it'... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
While all eyes are on Basel, there’s a different crowd who are skipping the annual summer commercial art fair route altogether. Som... [more]
by Taylor Dafoe
A recent study conducted by psychologist Linda Henkel at Fairfield University demonstrated an unexpected relationship between memory an... [more]
by Jessica Lynne
“You’re going to get me started on a rant,” Kameelah Janan Rasheed says in between laughs as I begin to ask her... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
Video is an exceedingly difficult medium to wrangle into a gallery space: Do you serve it up movie theater-style, with chairs an... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the second installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual... [more]
by Ionit Behar
The word system, like any other technical word taken from colloquial speech, has many meanings; it is imprecise. Though this la... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Ecology and economy (and its politics) are concurrent, intersectional systems. To consider both together fully requires an i... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
Table of Contents: Arte de Sistemas | Ionit Behar Map Art: Systems Unite | Gillian Dykeman Activating the Archive | Jessica Lynne... [more]
by Philippa Snow
Earlier this week, I came across a somewhat striking quotation from a 2007 edition of Tracey Emin's now-defunct column for the... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Roughly one sixth of the Netherlands was once covered by water and has over the centuries been reclaimed with dikes and windmills.... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
The LA Film Festival (June 10–18) kicks off tomorrow, and social justice will be central to one of the week's diverse film prog... [more]
by Bradley Rubenstein
Leon Golub at Hauser & Wirth 69th Street New York
I think of myself as a kind of reporter; I report on the nature of certain events. I think of art as a report on civilizatio... [more]
by Marianne Templeton
Karen Kilimnik at Sprüth Magers London
Karen Kilimnik's third exhibition at Sprüth Magers London is suspiciously restrained. There are no added period furnishings... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Welcome to the first installation of the Artslant podcast series, Working (it) Out. My name is Gillian Dykeman, and I'm a visual a... [more]
by Leora Lutz
Sabine Reckewell and Samantha Bittman are two artists that are each working with textiles in the contemporary moment. Using... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Walking through UCLA's graduate studios in Culver City one Saturday evening is a like walking through a giant sprawling work i... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Ryan McGinley at Kunsthal KAdE
In early 2012 Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós challenged filmmakers to create videos for their album Valtari. Photogra... [more]
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