Underscoring the significance of the Feminist Art Program and the artists it fostered, Mira Schor’s exhibition comes months after she received a lifetime achievement award from the Women’s Caucus for Art—an accolade she now shares with both of the program’s founders.
Many years from now, those of us who survive ecological collapse and the technocratic reformation of the global economy will remember Pierre Huyghe.
Max Neumann is a literary painter, by which I mean he is preoccupied with clarifying the same “secret image of reality” that possesses the writer and the state collaborator.
The traditions of shan shui painting hardly needed to die for Shen Fan to advance—they are the crux of his abstraction, too.
Talking with Seth Price can feel like circumscribing an amoeba. One is aware of protean boundaries, but also a rigid cell wall where certain issues attempt to broach.
There can never be a history of the internet because the internet is atemporal—like culture or consciousness, it either exists or it does not.