Archive for the ‘Art Blog’ Category

  • Bryan Zanisnik Goes to the Meadowlands

    Artist Bryan Zanisnik at the Meadowlands, New Jersey, 2014. Production still from the ART21 New York Close Up film Bryan Zanisnik Goes to the Meadowlands. © ART21, Inc. 2014. Where are the blank spots on the map? In a new film from the ART21 New York Close Up series, artist Bryan Zanisnik hikes through the [...]

  • The Walker Curates the News: 12.08.14

    Hank Willis Thomas. Raise Up, 2013. Do #blacklivesmatter to the art world? Not when it really counts, writes an African American woman working in arts PR: “It’s not like my colleagues don’t know how to talk about blackness in the arts. We talk about it all the time! We write press release upon press release about [...]

  • Weekly Roundup

    Florian Maier-Aichen. Untitled (Andermatt), 2014. C-print; 73 x 92 1/4 inches framed. Edition of 6, 2AP. New aerial and landscape photographs by Florian Maier-Aichen are on view in his fifth solo exhibition at Blum & Poe (Los Angeles, CA). “Maier-Aichen returns to some of the locations he visited upon his arrival in Los Angeles in 1999,” says the [...]

  • The Yams Collective: Insurrection and Resistance

    Editor’s Note: On November 24, 2014, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson (who recently resigned) in the shooting death of Michael Brown. At the time of writing, the grand jury’s decision was still pending. HowDoYouSayYamInAfrican? From the Post-Speculation, Act 1 exhibition at P! Gallery, [...]

  • The Walker Curates the News: 12.01.14

    Photograph from James Bridle’s The Nor, Part One: The Wall, 2014. While trying to photograph the 1,000+ CCTV cameras in London’s congestion zone this October, James Bridle found himself under citizen’s arrest. Bridle hopes to complete his project with a Flickr photo album and an animated heat map to raise awareness of surveillance and the [...]

  • 1989—What We Lost

    The ART21 Magazine has teamed up with the nonprofit organization Visual AIDS to honor the twenty-fifth anniversary of Day With(out) Art and World AIDS Day 2014. Each month, Visual AIDS invites a guest curator, drawn from both the arts and AIDS communities, to organize an online gallery from the Visual AIDS Artist Registry. The Web Gallery increases [...]

  • Tania Bruguera’s Petition to the Pope

    Tania Bruguera obtains a signature for The Francis Effect (2014) at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY. Production still from the series ART21 Exclusive. © ART21, Inc. 2014. Cinematography: Rafael Salazar. “Immigrants do not need charity; they need papers.” —Tania Bruguera Today’s ART21 Exclusive features Tania Bruguera collecting signatures as part of her socially engaged [...]

  • The Walker Curates the News: 11.24.14

    Paul Chan, 6th Light, 2007. Collection: Walker Art Center An artist who has “figured out a way to make the perils of our time accessible,” Paul Chan has won the $100,000 Hugo Boss Prize. Working in video, 2D and 3D works, and experimental publishing, Chan will have a solo show at the Guggenheim Museum next [...]

  • Where in the World Is Leonardo Drew?

    Leonardo Drew visiting the Nazca Lines in Peru. Production still from ART21 Exclusive. © ART21, Inc. 2014. Courtesy Leonardo Drew. “I want to learn as much as possible, and I want to give back as much as possible.” —Leonardo Drew Today’s ART21 Exclusive features Leonardo Drew discussing the importance of travel in relationship to his [...]

  • New Directions: Tobias Hall’s Typographic Posters

    For those traversing London in search of worthy, if lesser known, discoveries, British illustrator Tobias Hall has helpfully created a series of hand-illustrated posters pointing wanderers in the right direction. Created for Great Little Place, a site which seeks out hidden gems in the city’s vast landscape of pubs, restaurants, and galleries, Hall’s faux vintage posters are a handsome suite, [...]


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