By Sheena Ghanbari and Cynthia Dillon
November 05, 2015
Lorna Simpson is represented at the Biennale with figure paintings and her photo-silkscreen, 'Three Figures'...Her early work was as a street photographer where she reflected her feeling about r
“Yvonne Venegas with her Father” allows us to admire in the US for the first time the works by this extraordinary photographer whose dialogue through image...
For me, the images hearken back to my childhood, but are also a lens through which to see the past fifty years in American history...
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The Nationalgalerie is hosting "Fluids: a happening by Allan Kaprow 1967/2015," which investigates the artist’s influence through four happenings staged throughout Berlin.
As art historian Benjamin Buchloh pointed out, artists like Lonidier and Allan Sekula, with whom Lonidier has been closely associated, moved out of the institutional confines of the art world to
Lorna Simpson, Adrian Piper, and MacArthur “genius” grant winners Kara Walker and Carrie Mae Weems made powerful work that broke down gender and racial stereotypes of the black woman, one of the
Davina Semo has brand-new wall sculptures that drape chains over sheets of leather embedded in concrete — the heat produced by the latter, as it dries, discoloring or literally burning the former..
Tony Taouk, from BBC / Al Jazeera interviews Doris Bittar at her home and studio in San Diego.
The fair will include 284 galleries from 33 countries, showing work by more than 4,000 artists...Among the highlights are Carrie Mae Weems at New York’s Jack Shainman, Danny McDonald at New York