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by Char Jansen
Molly Soda at Annka Kultys Gallery
It's not hard to understand why so many people write off art of the kind 26-year-old Molly Soda makes: to date, she's best kno... [more]
by Christian Petersen
We run an online magazine, so of course, we're interested in what's happening with art on the web. We invited online gallerist... [more]
by Taylor Dafoe
MoMA (Museum of Modern Art)
The language of visual information in the digital age has a surprising connection to water: video streams, .wav files, image... [more]
by Bradley Rubenstein
Frank Stella at Whitney Museum of American Art
We cannot begin any assessment of the work of Frank Stella without the obligatory quote that has followed his career for over fi... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Art or Not? This week we're in more need of a laugh than ever. Sometimes humor seems the only way to cope with the world. Can you te... [more]
by Gillian Dykeman
Does art require an audience? Does art require an audience? I posed this question to a dozen artists over nine episodes of Work... [more]
by Guy Parker
Never forget the loop The first time I encountered the loop was whilst using a Chinon Super 8 projector manufactured in the l... [more]
by Jamie Keesling
Jared Madere at Whitney Museum of American Art
Jared Madere’s untitled installation, currently on view at the Whitney, is versatile. It might rest equally comfortably in an ab... [more]
by Jessica Lynne
Heather Phillipson at A+E Studios
When I was younger, my parents spent an exorbitant amount of time shopping at the department store Sears. It was one of the k... [more]
by Janet Oh
For Maize Mantis at The Kitchen this past October, Sergei Tcherepnin created an amalgam of dance performance, musical compositi... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Table of Contents: Closing the Loop: Does Art Require an Audience? | Gillian Dykeman Maintaining a Clean and Healthy Image for 120... [more]
by Joel Kuennen
[Please be advised. This article contains imagery of 9/11 that may be upsetting to some readers.] Another ISIL attack in the West, a... [more]
by Tara Plath
David Gilbert, Paul Pescador at Colony
People wandered into the Colony, a designer co-op in Chinatown, in pairs and groups. We positioned ourselves in the middle of a minima... [more]
by Lauren Orscheln
Jérôme Bel at Martha Graham Studio Theater
Jérôme Bel’s oft-controversial repertoire found a new tone, precious and heartwarming, in his new Performa... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Douglas Coupland at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
“I miss my pre-internet brain,” says the sticker handed to visitors of Bit Rot. The text brings an affirmative smi... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
Charlotte Cotton’s book Photography Is Magic is one of the first collections of photography by a major publisher (Aperture) to ackn... [more]
by Char Jansen
Photography—as James Loks pointed out not so long ago—is going through a phase of confidence, with surreal, hyperreal Toiletpaper aesthetics trending strongly i... [more]
by Pınar Üner Yılmaz
Contemporary Istanbul
Hosting 102 leading and emerging galleries from 24 countries, Contemporary Istanbul (CI) is one of Istanbul’s top inte... [more]
by Danna Lorch
Contemporary Istanbul
Following high-powered political negotiations, Iran recently expanded its 30-day visa upon arrival program to include citizens of a num... [more]
by Pınar Üner Yılmaz
Contemporary Istanbul
To ‘shine’ means to shine upon something, to make that upon which the light falls appear. —Hans Georg Ga... [more]
by Christian Petersen
We run an online magazine, so of course, we're interested in what's happening with art on the web. We invited online gallerist, fou... [more]
by Char Jansen
David Stewart was awarded the £12,000 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015 last night at an awards ceremony at the Nation... [more]
by Josie Thaddeus-Johns
MAMbo - Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna
What is freedom? This is what the current exhibition, Gradi di libertà, at Bologna’s Museum of Modern Art, (MAM... [more]
by Char Jansen
Embody, disembody, co-embody, somebody, nobody: today, we are continually confronted with the complexities that result from... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Meghan Gordon, Arden Ellis Surdam at Armory Center for the Arts
In 1990, Rirkrit Tiravanija dished out Pad Thai to visitors at the opening of his exhibition at Paula Allen Gallery in New York.... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
For hundreds of refugees, seeking escape from war-torn Syria and access to a better life in Europe, witnessing the destructio... [more]
by Nadja Sayej
It has been 11 years since the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens has been planning to open, but its doors remain shut. Th... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
Private collections are often born of a profound personal interest—a genuine passion devoted to a very specific subject... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Weapons manufacturers and tobacco industry are an obvious no-no. Most banks are iffy taking into account the financial sector’s... [more]
by Char Jansen
What goes on behind the closed doors of the artists' studio has always fascinated the layperson. What do they do in there? Cr... [more]
by Danna Lorch
Adel Abidin at Lawrie Shabibi
Iraqi-Finnish artist Adel Abidin returns to his painterly roots for the first time in six years with Immortals, a solo exhibit... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Robert Frank, Laura Israel at Stedelijk Museum
Even 30 years later, you cannot feel but sorry for the poor French TV journalist who interviewed Robert Frank in 1984. He must... [more]
by Tara Plath
Harold Washington College President's Gallery
Terrorists in the Library, a speculative research project organized by Chicago-based curator Ruslana Lichtzier, is a peculiar spec... [more]
by Lauren Orscheln
As the White House diversified in occupancy, so did the objects on its walls. Under President Barack Obama’s tenure in... [more]
by The ArtSlant Team
We love a big city art week because it's like taking your mind to a theme park. If ever there's a time for critical thinkers t... [more]
by James Loks
I had a sense of unease as I approached the 1:54 fair. Maïmouna Guerresi, Genitilla Al wilada, 2007. © Mariane Ibrahim ... [more]
by James Loks
Looking around an art fair with a fixed criteria is an amazing thing. I’d recommend it to any visitor as a tool to cut t... [more]
by James Loks
I feel a little sorry for the Sunday Art Fair. As the fair for emerging art it should really be the offshoot of Frieze that sh... [more]
by James Loks
Producing a trend report for The Other Art Fair and Moniker is an almost impossible task given the diversity of the work on di... [more]
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