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Artist Brookhart Jonquil, new to Miami, realizing he's caught in a vortex

Miami, Vortex of “Yes” (Going & Coming, Part 3)

Miami, Vortex of “Yes” (Going & Coming, Part 3)

Bill Bilowit profiles several artists drawn into the “vortex” of the Miami art scene.

Richard Diebenkorn. “Seated Woman,” 1968. Lithograph. Image:  19 3/4 x 25 inches (50.2 x 63.5 cm); sheet: 19 3/4 x 25 inches (50.2 x 63.5 cm). Published by Kansas City Art Institute, edition of 20.  Image courtesy Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York. ©Estate of Richard Diebenkorn.

Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | Paper Feast in New York

Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | Paper Feast in New York

Sarah Kirk Hanley surveys the bounty of print exhibitions that are or have recently been on view in New York.

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A Year of Contemporary Art in Contemporary Classrooms

A Year of Contemporary Art in Contemporary Classrooms

Art21 Education staff member Flossie Chua shares her perspectives on a “dangerous” year spent with incredible educators learning to teach with contemporary art.

Michael von Graffenried, "Riot Police," 2007. Photographic c-print on dibond, 112.5 x 49 inches. © Michael von Graffenried, courtesy Parker's Box Gallery, Brooklyn.

On View Now

On View Now | Going Inside Cairo: The Photography of Michael von Graffenried

On View Now

On View Now | Going Inside Cairo: The Photography of Michael von Graffenried

Max Weintraub reviews Michael von Graffenried’s “Inside Cairo,” a photographic series focusing on the quotidian activities and daily rituals in Egypt’s capital city.

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Year Four Art21 Educators | Dennis Greenwell and Salem Robert Limpert

Year Four Art21 Educators | Dennis Greenwell and Salem Robert Limpert

Art21 Educators introduces Dennis Greenwell, a high school art teacher in Murfreesboro, TN, and Salem Robert Limpert, a language arts/English literature teacher in Smyrna, TN.

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Teaching with Contemporary Art

TASK Unplugged

Teaching with Contemporary Art

TASK Unplugged

This year, to begin the fourth annual Art21 Educators Institute, we will start our nine days with Oliver Herring and TASK at Luhring Augustine Gallery in Brooklyn. In a year that has in some ways been about “restraints” inspired by Matthew Barney, we will be running TASK with three materials: pencil, paper and string.

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | A Final Report

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | A Final Report

Antonius Wiriadjaja bids farewell to graduate school, and fondly remembers his first meeting with mentor Red Burns.

Diana Nawi, a new Associate Curator at Miami Art Museum, at the site of PAMM, opening fall 2013

Building New Things (Going & Coming, Part 2)

Building New Things (Going & Coming, Part 2)

Wet Heat Project’s Bill Bilowit profiles the Miami Art Museum’s new curator Diana Nawi, and artist and former Miami resident Jesse Laino, who recently relocated to Brooklyn, NY.

Transmission

Transmission

Transmission | An Interview with Nader Sadek: the Lexicon of “In the Flesh”: Petroleum, Death Metal, Masks, Hair, and Sulpher

Transmission

Transmission | An Interview with Nader Sadek: the Lexicon of “In the Flesh”: Petroleum, Death Metal, Masks, Hair, and Sulpher

Amelia Ishmael talks to Nader Sadek about the visual lexicon that informs his art and music.

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Transmission

New Column: Transmission

Transmission

New Column: Transmission

The Art21 Blog announces “Transmission,” a new column focusing on the intersection of art and rock music.

Image courtesy Zoe Beloff

5 Questions for Contemporary Practice

5 Questions for Contemporary Practice with Zoe Beloff

5 Questions for Contemporary Practice

5 Questions for Contemporary Practice with Zoe Beloff

Thom Donovan talks to Zoe Beloff, whose most recent project takes up Brecht’s learning play “Days of the Commune” within the context of OWS.

Julie Mehretu. "Untitled," 2012. Courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

This week’s Roundup has the latest news on Julie Mehretu, Janine Antoni, Mark Bradford and other artists featured in Art21 programs.

Loriel Beltran "Sweat Sculpture (detail)," 2011. 1 gallon of the artist's sweat, plexiglas, wood pedestal. Courtesy of the artist & Snitzer Gallery, Miami

The Other Miami Heat (Going & Coming, Part 1)

The Other Miami Heat (Going & Coming, Part 1)

Bill Bilowit of Wet Heat Project explains why Miami art practitioners are hot–in more ways than one.

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New Guest Bloggers: Wet Heat Project, Miami

New Guest Bloggers: Wet Heat Project, Miami

Our new guest bloggers are Bill Bilowit and Grela Orihuela of Wet Heat Project, a Miami-based independent film production company focusing on contemporary art.