Met Gala: Camp: Notes on Fashion

Met Gala: Camp: Notes on Fashion

Through more than 250 objects dating from the seventeenth century to the present, The Costume Institute’s spring 2019 exhibition will explore the origins of camp’s exuberant aesthetic. Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp'”...
The Hugo Boss Prize 2018: Simone Leigh, Loophole of Retreat

The Hugo Boss Prize 2018: Simone Leigh, Loophole of Retreat

Over the course of her career, Simone Leigh (b. 1967, Chicago) has continuously and insistently centered the black female experience. In Loophole of Retreat, an exhibition presented on the occasion of Leigh winning the 2018 Hugo Boss Prize, she layers form, sound, and...
Joan Miró Birth of the World

Joan Miró Birth of the World

The Museum of Modern Art: February 24–July 6, 2019 “You and all my writer friends have given me much help and improved my understanding of many things,” Joan Miró told the French poet Michel Leiris in the summer of 1924, writing from his family’s farm in Montroig, a...
NARI WARD: WE THE PEOPLE

NARI WARD: WE THE PEOPLE

The New Museum: 2/13/2019 – 05/26/2019 “Nari Ward: We the People” will feature over thirty sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installations from throughout Ward’s twenty-five-year career, highlighting his status as one of the most important and...
Richard Prince – High Times

Richard Prince – High Times

November 1–December 15, 2018 First there were the “dead” heads. (Nothing to do with the Grateful Dead.) Drawn with a Bic pen back in 1972 and ’73. Richard brought these heads with him to NYC when he moved there in 1974. There were about twenty of them. They were drawn...
Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again

Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again

Nov 12, 2018 – Mar 31, 2019 The exhibition positions Warhol’s career as a continuum, demonstrating that he didn’t slow down after surviving the assassination attempt that nearly took his life in 1968, but entered into a period of intense experimentation....
Heavenly Bodies: The Met Cloisters

Heavenly Bodies: The Met Cloisters

The Costume Institute’s spring 2018 exhibition—at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters—features a dialogue between fashion and medieval art from The Met collection to examine fashion’s ongoing engagement with the devotional practices and traditions...
Thomas Bayrle at The New Museum

Thomas Bayrle at The New Museum

One of the most important artists to have emerged during the 1960s West German economic boom, Bayrle has received belated recognition for his influential works and processes. Long before the advent of current visual technologies, he foresaw our digital reality,...
Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away

Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Rịa, Vietnam) dissects the public forces and private desires that define individual experience. His work addresses sweeping cultural and political themes, but refracts them through intimate personal narratives—what the artist calls...
Gagosian: Jenny Saville

Gagosian: Jenny Saville

I’m trying to see if it’s possible to hold onto that moment of perception, or have several moments coexist… Like looking at a memory. —Jenny Saville READ...
Leon Golub: Raw Nerve – The Met Breuer

Leon Golub: Raw Nerve – The Met Breuer

The gift of Gigantomachy II (1966) to The Met in 2016 by The Nancy Spero and Leon Golub Foundation for the Arts, with the support of the artists’ sons, Stephen, Philip, and Paul Golub, is the occasion for this selective survey of Leon Golub’s work. Born in...
2018 Triennial: Songs for Sabotage – The New Museum

2018 Triennial: Songs for Sabotage – The New Museum

Together, the artists in “Songs for Sabotage” propose a kind of propaganda, engaging with new and traditional media in order to reveal the built systems that construct our reality, images, and truths. The exhibition amounts to a call for action, an active engagement,...
Laura Owens at The Whitney

Laura Owens at The Whitney

For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative—and at times controversial—approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional...
Edvard Much at The Met Breuer

Edvard Much at The Met Breuer

Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863–1944) attained fame early in his career for his depictions of human anxiety. Throughout his career, Munch regularly revisited subjects from his earlier years, exploring them with renewed inspiration and intensity over...
An Incomplete History of Protest: 1940–2017

An Incomplete History of Protest: 1940–2017

The Whitney, August 18th   Through the lens of the Whitney’s collection, An Incomplete History of Protest looks at how artists from the 1940s to the present have confronted the political and social issues of their day. Whether making art as a form of activism,...
Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason

Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason

Met Breuer – Starts September 13, 2017 Delirious times demand delirious art, or so this exhibition will propose. The years between 1950 and 1980 were beset by upheaval. Around the globe, military conflict proliferated and social and political unrest flared....
Whitney Biennial 2017

Whitney Biennial 2017

The 2017 Whitney Biennial, the seventy-eighth installment of the longest-running survey of American art, arrives at a time rife with racial tensions, economic inequities, and polarizing politics. Throughout the exhibition, artists challenge us to consider how these...
The Met Comme Des Garcons

The Met Comme Des Garcons

The Costume Institute’s spring 2017 exhibition examines the work of fashion designer Rei Kawakubo, known for her avant-garde designs and ability to challenge conventional notions of beauty, good taste, and fashionability. The thematic show features approximately...
Last Chance to See “Tales of Our Time”

Last Chance to See “Tales of Our Time”

Guggenheim Museum – Ends March 10th, 2017 Tales of Our Time is not a monolithic report on the state of contemporary art in China, nor does it encapsulate any artistic trends or phenomena. Instead, it highlights the unique aspects of each artist’s perspective....
“A.K. Burns: Shabby But Thriving”

“A.K. Burns: Shabby But Thriving”

At The New Museum In “Shabby but Thriving,” commissioned by the New Museum, Burns premieres a new two-channel video staged within an installation that explores the subjugation and agency of various bodies. The video, titled Living Room (2017–ongoing), is the...
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