Likening Manet’s process to his own video/performance art practice, Kalup Linzy shared his thoughts on the painter’s matador portraits for The Met’s Artist Project. “He was experimenting,” he says, noting …
“I’m not trying to satisfy anyone. I really make things because I’m curious – that’s the reason” — Lynda Benglis Today’s ART21 Exclusive features Lynda Benglis reuniting with her first …
While trying to photograph the 1,000+ CCTV cameras in London’s congestion zone this October, James Bridle found himself under citizen’s arrest. Bridle hopes to complete his project with a Flickr …
Introducing Art21’s August Blogger-in-Residence, Dorothy Santos.
Introducing Noah Simblist, writer, curator, artist and an Associate Professor of Art at Southern Methodist University.
Introducing Art21’s Blogger-in-Residence for the month of June.
Danielle Sommer — an L.A.-based writer, curator, and “nostalgist at heart” — joins us for the month of May.
The Art21 Blog’s newest blogger-in-residence is former “Praxis Makes Perfect” columnist Jeffrey Augustine Songco!
It’s now been just over a month since I watched on the news as houses and lives were swept away, feeling guilty and isolated as I sat on my couch …
The Art21’s newest guest blogger is Serena Qiu, a Brooklyn, NY-based arts writer.
Thanks to Honora Shea for her guest blog posts over the past two weeks. Next up, we have David “DC” Spensely, a San Francisco/Silicon Valley based artist. During his time …
The Art21 Blog’s newest writer-in-residence is Honora Shea, a freelance writer who is based in Beijing.
Nettrice Gaskins interviews artist Hank Willis Thomas about his work in the exhibition “Believe It,” on view at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta.
The Art21 Blog’s newest blogger-in-residence is Alex Allenchey, a Brooklyn-based writer.
The Art21 Blog’s newest blogger-in-residence is Taylor Trabulus, an artist and curator based in New York.
Nettrice Gaskins reports on a group exhibition highlighting the complex intersections between art, science and technology.
Nettrice Gaskins reports on the conference that convened hundreds of artists and others working at the intersection of computers, technology, science and the arts.
Catherine Opie describes her intentions behind the permanent installation “Somewhere in the Middle” (2011) at Hillcrest Hospital, a branch of Cleveland Clinic, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
Former guest blogger Mike Chang, an artist and educator living in Singapore, returns for another stint as the Art21 Blog’s writer-in-residence!
Ali Fitzgerald on the “privately performative” practice of Joanne Greenbaum, whose works will be on view at Nicolas Krupp gallery in Basel.
Nettrice Gaskins reviews the Yayoi Kusama retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and considers Kusama’s work in light of immersive 3D worlds and “Augmented Spaces.”
Nettrice Gaskins reports on Kara Walker’s recent lecture “The Art of War” at the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum.
Our newest blogger-in-residence is Elizabeth Wolfson, a former Art21 columnist who is currently a doctoral candidate at Brown University.
Watch our latest Exclusive video, where El Anatsui describes the collaborative and contemplative setting where his artworks are made.
Our newest blogger-in-residence is Colin Darke, an artist and writer based in Detroit, Michigan.
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.
Watch Nancy Spero (1926-2009) discuss how collaborations with other artists activated her work in our latest Exclusive video.
Nettrice Gaskins looks at the influence of Afrofuturism on Sanford Biggers’ “The Cartographer’s Conundrum,” a large-scale installation currently on view at Mass MoCA.
Our new blogger-in-residence is Emily Colucci, a writer and curator based in New York City.
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.
Max Weintraub reviews an exhibition of Thomas Demand’s new photographs at Matthew Marks Gallery in New York.
Artists Catherine Opie, El Anatsui, and Marina Abramović respond to questions submitted through a special Season 6 viewer Q&A.
Meet Los Angeles artist John P. Hogan, the Art21 Blog’s newest blogger-in-residence.
Have a question for Marina Abramović, Mary Reid Kelley, or assume vivid astro focus? Send it to Art21, and selected questions will be answered!
Support Art21’s Power of Six campaign to celebrate our latest milestone–the broadcast premiere of “Art in the Twenty-First Century” on PBS!
Season 6 of Art in the Twenty-First Century premieres nationally tonight and features artists Catherine Opie, El Anatsui, and Ai Weiwei.
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