Urban architecture is no stranger to criticism and failure. Consider the work of Le Corbusier “whose legacy of urban plans…has been mythologized and often maligned.”
How does the life of a boxer compare to the life of an artist?
In reassessing the value of failure, consider Princeton computer scientist Ed Felten’s expression “the freedom to tinker.”
What does failure mean? Art21′s Digital Content Editor introduces the sophomore issue of the Art21 Magazine.
Ursula von Rydingsvard discusses her large-scale sculpture Ona, which is permanently installed outside of Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Joy Garnett launches her new column by addressing copying and archival tendencies among contemporary artists.
Social choreographer Ernesto Pujol discusses The Field School, the mobile and ephemeral classroom he founded in 2006.
An excerpt from Jessica Lott’s debut novel, “The Rest of Us,” a love story set in New York City’s art world.
Artist Allan McCollum reflects on early influences, from his famous uncle Jon Gnagy to post-war mass production and science fiction films.
Art21′s Digital Content Editor introduces the first issue of the Art21 Magazine.
Carrie Mae Weems is named a MacArthur Fellow, Matthew Ritchie’s installs a seventy-foot mural in Boston, Inigo Manglano-Ovalle puts a sculpture in a wind tunnel.
Columnist Carol Cheh interviews members of Concord, a “youthful and highly organic project” based in Los Angeles.
Columnist Jessica Lott reviews the Whitney Museum’s exhibition “I, YOU, WE,” a throwback to the 1993 Whitney Biennial.
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