Archive for the ‘Art Blog’ Category

  • Together Work

    “Artists alone can’t change the world. Neither can anyone else, alone. But we can choose to be a part of a world that is changing.”1 —Lucy Lippard Blast Theory. The Thing I’ll Be Doing For The Rest Of My Life, 2013. Aichi Triennial, Nagoya Japan. Courtesy Blast Theory. Something tells me, I am not alone [...]

  • Romancing the Rain

    “When I arrived in New York for the first time, it was pouring. Maybe that’s why, to my mind, there’s no place on earth where being stuck in traffic on a rainy day is more beautiful.” Clearly, there’s no end to the ways in which New York City can work its magic. German illustrator Christoph Niemann manages to [...]

  • Weekly Roundup

    Trevor Paglen. Untitled (Reaper Drone), 2010. Chromogenic print; 48 x 60 inches. © Trevor Paglen. Trevor Paglen and Jenny Holzer investigate government operations, Kimsooja installs a needle upstate, Thomas Hirschhorn responds to the questions “Does it function?,” and more in this week’s roundup. Covert Operations: Investigating the Known Unknowns—organized by the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (Scottsdale, AZ)—brings [...]

  • Walker Curates the News: 09.29.14

    Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada. Photo: Gary Otte. “I have a problem with the idea that contemporary art can only be presented in a white box,” says Lord Spencer-Churchill, heir to Blenheim Palace, the eighteenth-century mansion that was birth home to Sir Winston Churchill. Last week the launch of the Blenheim Art Foundation transformed [...]

  • Oliver Herring’s Big Art Party

    Oliver Herring at TASK in Madison Square Park, September 2014. Production still from the series ART21 Exclusive. © ART21, Inc. 2014. Cinematographer: Rafael Salazar. “Part of the value of TASK is not to invest into anything permanent—to really celebrate the moment, the fluidity of creative action.” —Oliver Herring Today’s ART21 Exclusive follows artist Oliver Herring [...]

  • Season 7 Preview: Graciela Iturbide

    Graciela Iturbide was born in 1942 in Mexico City. For Iturbide, the camera is just a pretext for knowing the world. Her interest, she says, lies in what her eyes see and what her heart feels—what moves her and touches her. Although she has produced studies of landscapes and culture in India, Italy, and the [...]

  • The Walker Curates the News: 09.22.14

    Tamms Year Ten. Mothers of Tamms prisoners participate in “I am a Mom” march to AFSCME, April 4, 2012, James R. Thompson Center, Chicago, IL. Photo: Adrianne Dues. Courtesy the artist. The “post-human” vocoder sounds of Kraftwerk, Afrika Bambaataa, and Laurie Anderson have a surprising origin: top-secret military projects. A New Yorker video tells the [...]

  • Weekly Roundup

    Do-Ho Suh. Net-Work, 2010. Gold and chrome plating with polyurethane coating on ABS plastic and nylon fishing net. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong. Do Ho Suh installs a fishing net in Austin, Raymond Pettibon leaves his mark on New York City streetwear, An-My Lê exhibits a magnum opus in the [...]

  • Ragnar Kjartansson and the Pathos of Performance

    Ragnar Kjartansson. Me, My Mother, My Father, and I (exhibition view), 2014. Courtesy the New Museum. Leaning against the wall, I listened as two musicians strummed beside me. What first sounded like loose improvisation evolved into a looping song with interwoven layers of melody, which rose and fell in gentle waves. The two played amongst [...]

  • Abigail DeVille’s Harlem Stories

    Production still from the ART21 New York Close Up film Abigail DeVille’s Harlem Stories. © ART21, Inc. 2014. How does an artist acknowledge forgotten people? In a new film from the ART21 New York Close Up series, artist Abigail DeVille stalks the streets of Harlem with a trash-laden push cart, creating temporary sculptural interventions along [...]


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