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by Pınar Üner Yılmaz
Los Angeles County Art Museum has been serving as a fortress of non-Western Contemporary art in California. With previous exhib... [more]
by Taylor Dafoe
Keren Cytter, Jon Rafman at Feuer Mesler
In Jon Rafman’s 2013 film, Still Life (Betamale), we watch furries and hentai sourced from the deep web while a flat voic... [more]
by Gan Uyeda
Gabriel Sierra at Renaissance Society
Gabriel Sierra creates structures of relation, platforms where humans, architecture, and paper media collaborate on the creation o... [more]
by Lara Atallah
Tina Barney at Paul Kasmin Gallery - 10th Ave
Famed for her portrayal of the upper class in New York, New England, and Long Island, Tina Barney’s work is an ethnograp... [more]
by Guy Parker
The Oberhausen Short Film Festival, which hosted its 61st edition from April 30–May 5 this year, promotes the moving image's... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Constant Dullaart at Art Space of the De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)
In the fall of 1987 John Knoll and his girlfriend Jennifer flew to Tahiti. For months they’d been working on the comput... [more]
by Himali Singh Soin
In Six Memos for the Next Millennium, Italo Calvino illustrates, with the aid of an Italian folktale, how love might be a fo... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
We all like to be a bitch once in a while. After all, gossip, as many historians will tell you, is one of the things that bin... [more]
by Char Jansen
Pioneer Works
Opening Friday, May 15, 1:54 is the latest addition to New York's Frieze Week satellite circuit. Dedicated to contemporary African Art, 1:54 (the name references the... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
Central Park's North End
If you happen upon a couple in 1920s garb having a heated discussion about love on a park bench in Central Park, don’t... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Vern Blosum at Essex Street
It deserves attention that with Frieze Week underway in New York, Essex Street would open an exhibition of an anonymous artist... [more]
by Philip March Jones
Lonnie Holley can find layers of history and meaning in the simplest of things, often ones that have been discarded by the rest of us. His sculptures, direct descen... [more]
by Art Vidrine
Art fairs are evil—or so I’ve heard. They are not the devil incarnate come to steal your children, per se, just the d... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Frieze Week 2015 unveils a packed and fairly new line up of fairs and exhibitions. This year three exciting newcomers enter the... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
Frieze New York
Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu is no stranger to the art of keeping things weird—which is exactly what Frieze NY needs t... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
Stratospheres of experience have been described in art since the early narratives of heaven and earth. Since Biblical cosmology... [more]
by Philippa Snow
There is nothing like going to a trendy event to reinforce the realization that you are a pitiable crone. For those of you who have... [more]
by James Pepper Kelly
I take a night train to Milwaukee with an overloaded shoulder bag, a bottle and a half of red wine in me, and full of hope. On t... [more]
by Himali Singh Soin
You are standing in a field looking at the stars. Your arms are resting freely at your side, and you see that the distant s... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
First comes a wave of chlorophyll: a fresh and forward odor, the smell of tender green. Then, when the first vapors thin in the a... [more]
by Nicole Rodríguez
This interview really began in November over lunch at a neighborhood cafeteria in the arts district of Santurce, Puerto Rico,... [more]
by Darren Jones
Despite ceaseless, futile complaints regarding the stalking reaper of gentrification, the influence of nepotism and money, and... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
You see, there are so many kids in this country who look at places like museums and concert halls and other cultural centers an... [more]
by Leora Lutz
Aside from artMRKT, two other art fairs happened in San Francisco this past weekend: StARTup Art Fair and Parking Lot Art Fa... [more]
by Yoli (Yoanna) Terziyska
Contacting Toronto: Expanding Cities is a public installation on view as part of this year’s CONTACT Photography Festival i... [more]
by Stephanie Berzon
Tony Oursler at Lehmann Maupin - Chrystie Street
When Edward Snowden released classified information from the National Security Agency to mainstream media in 2013 he was glo... [more]
by Andrea Alessi and Darren Jones
It started with wordplay. This winter, artist, writer, and curator Darren Jones emailed me musings about the art world equivalent of &... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Danny Volk talks to artists in their studios about life and art—while they do his make-up. This concept was a new one... [more]
by Nicole Rodríguez
Karen Mirza and Brad Butler at Campagne Première Berlin
Truth is complicated. We live in a world bombarded by coded messages that urge us to perk up, pay attention, take sides, and... [more]
by Paul Hanford
Comedy phallus graffiti: a long standing symbol of public indecency, raiser of many an adolescent smirk, and, applied in the right... [more]
by Bradley Rubenstein
Bill Jensen at Cheim & Read
There was a time in modern music when the role of the artist changed from being the custodian of cultural knowledge to somethin... [more]
by Andrea Zlotowitz
Picture this: on a sunny day, you are walking through the meatpacking district in Downtown Manhattan. You walk down the cobblesto... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
A jar of pasta sauce recently came to our attention when it went viral, at least among guffawing art history majors on Facebook... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
The last two months have seen two great celebrity-become-artist scandals. Björk’s retrospective and Kanye’s d... [more]
by Lesley Dixon
Rape is taboo, says my boss. The heroine cannot be raped during the span of the novel, though having been raped previous to the... [more]
by Char Jansen
Is it possible to trademark a whole genre of art? UK-based artist INSA has done just that, and gives an insight into the pra... [more]
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