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Barbara T. Smith. Excerpt from "Poetry: Child Voice," 1965-1966. Courtesy The Box Gallery.

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Barbara T. Smith: Cheek To Glass, Electric Impressions of the Material Body

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Barbara T. Smith: Cheek To Glass, Electric Impressions of the Material Body

Danielle McCullough recounts the life of politically-engaged performer and “body artist” Barbara T. Smith.

Slavs and Tatars. Screen capture from "79.89.09." lecture-performance. 2009. Photo courtesy of Slavs and Tatars.

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Slavs and Tatars: “Help the Militia, Beat Yourself Up–Only Solidarity and Patience Will Secure Our Victory”

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Slavs and Tatars: “Help the Militia, Beat Yourself Up–Only Solidarity and Patience Will Secure Our Victory”

Danielle McCullough attends the Los Angeles Art Book Fair and is introduced to the Slavs and Tatars collective.

“Cuantos Mas?,” installation in Tijuana. Mexico. November 1998

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Tanya Aguiñiga / Transnational Arts Operative

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Tanya Aguiñiga / Transnational Arts Operative

Danielle McCullough profiles Tanya Aguiñiga, an artist/activist whose works take many forms, many of which engage notions of transnational autobiography.

De-installing "Sandy-transformed art work" after the Flooded Art Party at 133 Imlay Street, Red Hook.

Art in the Aftermath: Unpacking the Flooded Art Party with Artists Charlotte Kidd and Z Behl

Art in the Aftermath: Unpacking the Flooded Art Party with Artists Charlotte Kidd and Z Behl

Guest blogger Serena Qiu attends a “flooded art party” at a gutted collective studio space in Red Hook.

Stanley Livingston, Photo of the Ridges.  2009. Courtesy of The Kennedy Museum of Art.

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Moving Time: A Fossil-Fueled Journey from Appalachia to Los Angeles through Motion Pictures

Looking at Los Angeles

Looking at Los Angeles | Moving Time: A Fossil-Fueled Journey from Appalachia to Los Angeles through Motion Pictures

New “Looking at Los Angeles” contributor Danielle McCullough surveys the independent film scene in Los Angeles.

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Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | The One in Which I Accidentally Got Political.

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | The One in Which I Accidentally Got Political.

After watching the first Presidential debates, Sarah Merianos wonders, should we (as artists, as practitioners, as supporters) keep up the good fight, or let federal funding for the arts die out?

Close Encounters with Josephine Halvorson

NYCU | Close Encounters with Josephine Halvorson

NYCU | Close Encounters with Josephine Halvorson

What’s the relationship between an artist and her subject? Watch our latest NYCU film featuring artist Josephine Halvorson.

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NYCU | Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom

NYCU | Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom

How do growing a business and maturing as an artist go hand in hand? Watch our latest NYCU short to find out!

The Joe Louis Fist Statue, Detroit's most recognizable piece of public art.

Why Detroit Matters: Closing Comments

Why Detroit Matters: Closing Comments

Colin Darke wraps up his guest blogging stint with a few closing comments about Detroit, and why its art scene matters.

That Knoxville Girl

Shay DeGrandis

Shay DeGrandis

Guest blogger Dmitry Samarov looks at the highly personal watercolor and fiber works of Shay DeGrandis, who combines humor with the unexpected.

Emanuel Leutze. "Washington Crossing the Delaware," 1851. Oil on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

Springtime of the People..for the People and by the People

Springtime of the People..for the People and by the People

As guest blogger Shane McAdams gears up for the Whitney Museum of American Art’s 2012 Biennial, he visits the Metropolitan Museum to reflect on this country’s past.

"Lick and Lather" by Janine Antoni (1993-94), Image courtesy SFMoMA

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | The Top Ten U.S. Online Contemporary Conservation Projects from 2011

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | The Top Ten U.S. Online Contemporary Conservation Projects from 2011

IMA art conservator Richard McCoy lists his top ten U.S. contemporary conservation projects from 2011.

Jeff Jamieson in his studio.

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | Preservation, Perfection, and Patina: Jeff Jamieson Discusses the Fabrication of Donald Judd’s Wood Furniture

No Preservatives: Conversations about Conservation

No Preservatives | Preservation, Perfection, and Patina: Jeff Jamieson Discusses the Fabrication of Donald Judd’s Wood Furniture

Jeff Jamieson talks about his history of making Judd Furniture with IMA conservator Richard McCoy.

Work Smarter, Not Harder [an interview w/Evan Roth]

Work Smarter, Not Harder [an interview w/Evan Roth]

Evan Roth is a prolific producer whose activities take on many different forms, including teaching, collaborating, engineering, collecting gifs, analyzing graffiti, enriching the public domain, developing tools of empowerment and …