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Doris Salcedo. A Flor de Piel 2011 - 2012. Image courtesy the artist and White Cube

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

This week’s roundup has news on Doris Salcedo, Do Ho Suh, Paul McCarthy and other artists featured in Art21′s programs.

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Exclusive | Judy Pfaff: Making & Feeling

Exclusive | Judy Pfaff: Making & Feeling

Our latest Exclusive video is now live! “Judy Pfaff: Making & Feeling” features the artist discussing her emotional and creative journey while looking back on past installations.

Thomas Demand, "Control Room," 2011.  Diasec-mounted C-print, 78 3/4 by 118 inches.  © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn/Artists Rights Society, New York, courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

On View Now

On View Now | Thomas Demand’s Photographic Memory

On View Now

On View Now | Thomas Demand’s Photographic Memory

Max Weintraub reviews an exhibition of Thomas Demand’s new photographs at Matthew Marks Gallery in New York.

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Year Four Art21 Educators | Caitlin Miller and Matthew Garza

Year Four Art21 Educators | Caitlin Miller and Matthew Garza

This week in our Year Four Art21 Educator series, we profile Caitlin Miller and Matthew Garza, who teach at the Aaron School in New York City.

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Lives and Works in Berlin

Lives and Works in Berlin | Roman Ondák at the Deutsche Guggenheim

Lives and Works in Berlin

Lives and Works in Berlin | Roman Ondák at the Deutsche Guggenheim

Ali Fitzgerald reviews Roman Ondák’s exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim, which features an artwork incorporating the severed wing of an airplane.

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Viewer Q&A: Responses from Catherine Opie, El Anatsui, and Marina Abramović

Viewer Q&A: Responses from Catherine Opie, El Anatsui, and Marina Abramović

Artists Catherine Opie, El Anatsui, and Marina Abramović respond to questions submitted through a special Season 6 viewer Q&A.

Tosa Mitsuoki, "Autumn Maples with Poem Slips", c.1675. Image: artic.edu

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Home Away

Teaching with Contemporary Art

Home Away

I wonder what it means when you feel at home somewhere else? Six years ago I spent a few weeks during the month of July at the School of the …

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Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | Ich bin ein Berliner

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | Ich bin ein Berliner

As Michelle Jubin prepares for an intensive German language course in Berlin, she asks for tips from readers: what should she see–and do–while there?

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Some Thoughts on Performance and Materiality

Some Thoughts on Performance and Materiality

Guest blogger Nina Horisaki-Christens looks at one of the central issues in performance art: the tension between the material and the ephemeral.

Jessica Stockholder. Color Jam at State & Adams (2012). Image courtesy avoision.com.

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

This week’s Roundup has news on Jessica Stockholder, Pepón Osorio, Richard Tuttle, and other artists featured in Art21′s programs.

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New Guest Blogger: Nina Horisaki-Christens

New Guest Blogger: Nina Horisaki-Christens

Our new blogger-in-residence is Nina Horisaki-Christens, a Brooklyn-based curator, writer and artist.

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NYCU | Mika Rottenberg & Jon Kessler Wanna Make You Sweat

NYCU | Mika Rottenberg & Jon Kessler Wanna Make You Sweat

Our latest New York Close Up is now live! Watch Mika Rottenberg discuss SEVEN, her 2011 performance collaboration with Jon Kessler commissioned for the Performa biennial.

Jasper Johns, “The Dutch Wives,” 1975. Encaustic and collage on canvas (two panels mounted together). Collection of the artist. Art © Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo: Digital Imaging and Visual Resources, Harvard Art Museums, © President and Fellows of Harvard College.

Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | Jasper Johns’s Revolution in Print

Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | Jasper Johns’s Revolution in Print

Sarah Kirk Hanley reviews “Jasper Johns/In Press: The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print,” on view at Harvard Art Museums through August 18.