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by Sola Agustsson
Ren Hang at MAMA Gallery
A photograph is rarely seen as an act of rebellion these days. Hundreds of billions of images are taken and circulated around t... [more]
by Christian Petersen
Montreal-based video artist Sabrina Ratté makes stunning electronic environments that recall (or predict) an era where s... [more]
by Lauren McQuade
Hammer Museum
Cracked and imperfect, resting atop a section of otherwise crisp white marble floor, is a carpet of gridded reddish dirt. At... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Ferran Adrià at Marres - Centre for Contemporary Culture
In a culinary world populated by stars, Ferran Adrià is the uncontested sun, the center of the universe. The Catalan... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
Debora Delmar Corp. at Akademie der Künste - Pariser Platz
Walking into the Akademie der Künste, a key venue of the 9th Berlin Biennale, the café you encounter is more tha... [more]
by Zachary Cahill
People are stupid. Don’t misunderstand me: People are stupid in the ways that I am stupid. We are stupid in common: over-worked, over-tired, ov... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Table of Contents: The Matter of Molecular Practice: Sean Raspet | Joel Kuennen Ferran Adrià Unpacks the Tools of Creat... [more]
by Dasha Filippova
And to everyone, who shares my views, I would say that we need to rethink our conception of the animal instinct of fear. Th... [more]
by Adriel Luis
This season, in partnership with ARTS.BLACK, ArtSlant is publishing a series of essays on security, guards, labor, and privile... [more]
by The Artslant Team
Now an accomplished pre-teen, VOLTA returns this week for its twelfth year in the Basel art fair line up. From June 13&ndash... [more]
by Neil Vazquez
Christopher Street West / LA Pride
Meandering through West Hollywood’s crowded streets—filled with trendy boutiques, coffee shops, and upscale salons—it&... [more]
by Vanessa Gravenor
Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art
A post-internet dystopian fairyland—this was my first reaction to the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, The Present in Drag. Cu... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Luc Tuymans at MAS | Museum aan de Stroom
The history of eyeglasses goes back almost a thousand years. In his Book of Optics, dated 1021, the Arab scientist Alhazen... [more]
by Olivia B. Murphy
Rodney McMillian at Studio Museum in Harlem
Upon entering Rodney McMillian: Views from Main Street at the Studio Museum in Harlem, brisk piano notes float out over the exhibi... [more]
by Alison Reilly
Sharon Lockhart at The Arts Club of Chicago
Through close collaboration with a group of teenage girls living at the Youth Center for Socio-Therapy in Rudzienko, Poland, Sh... [more]
by Sarah Rose Sharp
Over the coming two months, in partnership with ARTS.BLACK, ArtSlant will be publishing a series of essays on security, guard... [more]
by Christian Petersen
Pussykrew is a new media duo consisting of the multi-disciplinary digital artists Tikul and mi$ gogo. Originally from Poland, the two met while stu... [more]
by Sola Agustsson
Nathaniel Mary Quinn at M+B
Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s fragmented portraits recall his childhood growing up in the Robert Taylor Homes, a notorious housing proj... [more]
by Osman Can Yerebakan
Jonathan Horowitz at The Brant Foundation Art Study Center
Occupy Greenwich, Jonathan Horowitz’s current exhibition at the Brant Foundation in Connecticut, delves into the gnarly path of... [more]
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