Tag Archives: Carrie Mae Weems

Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA). Wind Sculpture VI, 2014. Installation view: Ikeja, Lagos. Steel armature with hand painted fiberglass resin cast; 610 x 340 x 80 cm. Courtesy of British Council.

This Week in Art: 11.28-12.4

This Week in Art: 11.28-12.4

A look at this week’s art news, including a new public sculpture by Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA) in Nigeria, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Miami to London.

Pollution got you down? "Breathe" bottled Mount Everest air, sold by performer Carolina Do in Doomocracy. Photo by Will Star Shooting Stars Pro, courtesy of Creative Time.

This Week in Art: 10.31-11.6

This Week in Art: 10.31-11.6

A look at this week’s art news, including the final week of Pedro Reyes’ “Doomocracy,” and events and exhibitions everywhere from Australia to Iceland.

A group of people participate in an artistic intervention lead by the Colombian artist Doris Salcedo in Bogotá on Tuesday. Photograph: Leonardo Muñoz/EPA. Courtesy of the Guardian.

This Week in Art: 10.17-10.23

This Week in Art: 10.17-10.23

A look at this week’s art news, including Doris Saledeco’s installation in Bogotá, and events and exhibitions everywhere from London to D.C.

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Doña Flor (Adriana Barraza)

This Week in Art: 10.10-10.16

This Week in Art: 10.10-10.16

A look at this week’s art news, including Natalia Almada’s film premiere at the New York Film Festival, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Bremen to Belgium.

Alejandro Almanza Pereda at Chert gallery in Berlin.

Staff Pick

Staff Picks: September 2016

Staff Pick

Staff Picks: September 2016

The ART21 staff shares their favorite exhibitions on view in New York and around the world.

Jenny Holzer’s LED-stream commission in a rendering of the Transbay Transit Center. Photo: Courtesy Of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and the SF Chronicle.

This Week in Art: 9.26-10.2

This Week in Art: 9.26-10.2

A look at this week’s art news, including Jenny Holzer’s new commissions, and events and exhibitions everywhere from London to Baltimore.

Diana Al-Hadid.
Phantom Limb, 2014
Steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, foam, wood, plaster, metal mesh, aluminum foil and pigment
Approximately 106 x 138 x 143. Courtesy of the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York. Copyright Diana Al-Hadid. Photo Oliver Ottenschlaeger. Photo: David Winton Bell Gallery.

This Week in Art: 9.5-9.11

This Week in Art: 9.5-9.11

A look at this week’s art news, including Pedro Reyes’ latest project, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Switzerland to South Korea.

Tala Madani. Love Doctor, 2015. Collection of Christina Papadopoulou. Photo courtesy of Josh White.

Unapologetic: Women Artists and Power through Vulnerability

Unapologetic: Women Artists and Power through Vulnerability

A selection of quotes and artworks from ART21-featured women artists proving that vulnerability and weakness are by no means synonymous.

Ai Weiwei. Redline, 2016. Via Instagram.

This Week in Art: 8.29-9.4

This Week in Art: 8.29-9.4

A look at this week’s art news, including Ai Weiwei’s clash with China’s Yinchuan Biennale, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Santa Barbara to Basel.

Nick Cave. Soundsuit, 2009. Mixed media including synthetic hair; 97 x 26 x 20 inches. © Nick Cave. Photo: James Prinz Photography. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

This Week in Art: 8.15-8.21

This Week in Art: 8.15-8.21

A look at this week’s art news, including Nick Cave’s thoughts on race and gun violence, and events and exhibitions from Pittsburgh to Austin.

A scene from “Grace Notes: Reflections for Now” by Carrie Mae Weems featuring the Brothers of the Tau Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Performed at the Sottile Theatre in Charleston, SC during Spoleto Festival USA.
Production still from the series ART21 Exclusive. © ART21, Inc. 2016. Cinematography: John Barnhardt.

Art21 Exclusive

Carrie Mae Weems Commemorates Black Lives

Art21 Exclusive

Carrie Mae Weems Commemorates Black Lives

In a new ART21 “Exclusive,” Carrie Mae Weems stages a performance that honors the deaths of black men in the U.S.

Tracey Emin. The Last Great Adventure is you, 2014. Neon, 177 3/16 x 67 11/16 in. Currently on view at the Long Museum in Shanghai.

This Week in Art: 8.8-8.14

This Week in Art: 8.8-8.14

A look at this week’s art news, including Carrie Mae Weems accepting the National Artist Award, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Reno to Shanghai.

Matthew Morrocco. Paul, 2015. Inkjet Print, 30" x 24".  Courtesy of the artist.

Artist Introspectives

On Exposure

Artist Introspectives

On Exposure

Artist Matthew Morrocco considers photography’s historical significance, and its enduring relevance in an image-driven world.

Alfredo Jaar. A Logo for America, 1987. Photograph: Solomon R Guggenheim, New York. Courtesy of the Guardian.

This Week in Art: 6.13-6.19

This Week in Art: 6.13-6.19

A look at this week’s art news, including Carrie Mae Weems’ “Grace Notes,” and events and exhibitions everywhere from Los Angeles to London.

Yinka Shonibare MBE. RA Family Album, 2016. Photo: Artlyst.

This Week in Art: 5.23-5.29

This Week in Art: 5.23-5.29

A look at this week’s art news, including William Kentridge speaking out against Europe’s refugee policies, and events and exhibitions everywhere from San Francisco to D.C.

Kara Walker. Untitled, 2013-2014. Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co. From Artsy's "These Sketches Reveal the Processes of 8 Iconic Artists."

This Week in Art: 4.25-5.1

This Week in Art: 4.25-5.1

A look at this week’s art news, including the selection of Mark Bradford as the United States’ representative at the 2017 Venice Biennale, and exhibitions on view everywhere from Florida to France.

Nicolas Henry Jeaurat de Bertry. Artist's palette with brushes, 1756.  Oil on canvas , 45.7 x 55.5 cm. Exhibited by Derek Johns Ltd at TEFAF Maastricht.

This Week in Art: 3.7-3.13

This Week in Art: 3.7-3.13

A look at this week’s art news, including the rebuilding of Palmyra and castles drawn on grains of sand.

"Fischli & Weiss How to Work Better (1991).

The Walker Curates the News: 01.11.16

The Walker Curates the News: 01.11.16

“The public nature of a text-based work will always play with the idea of an official sign, or an advertisement, although the product being sold, or the office behind the …

Kameelah Rasheed, via Facebook

The Walker Curates the News: 11.30.15

The Walker Curates the News: 11.30.15

“It was an attempt to humiliate and ostracize me.” California-born, Brooklyn-based artist Kameelah Rasheed was questioned by the FBI and ultimately removed from a Lufthansa flight to Turkey the day …

Mel Chin. Cross for the Unforgiven, 2002. AK-47 assault rifles (cut and welded); 54 x 54 x 3 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

New and recent work on view by Mel Chin, John Baldessari, and Ai Weiwei, as well as news featuring Pierre Huyghe, Carrie Mae Weems, and other ART21-featured artists, all in this week’s roundup.

Liz Magic Laser. "The Thought Leader (installation view)," 2015. Single-channel video, running time: 8 min. Featuring actor Alex Ammerman. Courtesy the artist and Various Small Fires.

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

The U.S. State Department’s Art in Embassies program selects a new class of Medal of Arts recipients, Liz Magic Laser creates a fictional TED talk, and work by ART21-featured artists included in exhibitions throughout the world in this week’s roundup.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Jacolby Satterwhite dances in the cosmos, Carrie Mae Weems goes solo in the UK, Paul McCarthy brings chocolate to France, and more in this week’s roundup.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Judy Pfaff has three shows in New York, LaToya Ruby Frazier talks about her new book, Carrie Mae Weems heads to Carnegie Hall, and more in this week’s roundup of ART21-featured artists.

Doug + Mike Starn. Big Bambú at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2010.

The Walker Curates the News: 09.01.14

The Walker Curates the News: 09.01.14

“Do nests for humans really reduce our so-called footprint? Do we need woven wood to entice us to the forest?” Dushko Petrovich looks at the dark side of “natural architecture” …

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Carrie Mae Weems joins ART21 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Jeff Koons drops by The New School, Allan McCollum prepares for a solo show, and more in this week’s roundup.

Alfredo Jaar. A Logo for America, 1986. Public intervention at Times Square, New York, USA.
© Alfredo Jaar, courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York.

The Walker Curates the News: 08.04.14

The Walker Curates the News: 08.04.14

An Alfredo Jaar work returns to Times Square, AFC rounds up tributes to Harun Farocki, @TheRealHennessy inspires silkscreen paintings, …

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Yinka Shonibare MBE unveils a new sculpture in London, Vija Celmins exhibits bronze stones in Riga, Carrie Mae Weems hosts an all-star event in New York City, and more in this week’s roundup.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Mika Tajima gets a solo show in New York, five Art21 artists exhibit at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Richard Tuttle explains how artists are like clouds, and more.

Daniel Gordon, Ratatouille and Smoke Bush 2,

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Daniel Gordon wins the Foam Paul Huf Award, Allan McCollum’s wooden shapes go to Idaho, Maya Lin maps lost species, and more in this week’s roundup.

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Art21 Exclusive

“Exclusive” Curated (Part 1 of 3)

Art21 Exclusive

“Exclusive” Curated (Part 1 of 3)

In this first part of a three-part series, art world colleagues and friends share their favorite Exclusive episodes to date.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Hubbard & Birchler film forgotten and decaying sites, Trenton Doyle Hancock takes train riders on a visual journey, Maya Lin visits Smith College, and more.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Laurie Simmons explores Japanese cosplay, Sarah Sze celebrates a new publication, Kerry James Marshall receives an award, and more.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Keltie Ferris’s paintings travel to California, Josephine Halvorson depicts her Massachusetts surroundings, Ann Hamilton’s work is archived in Ohio,…

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Dioramas (Alaskan Wolves), 1994. Private collection. © Hiroshi Sugimoto.

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Hiroshi Sugimoto has his first retrospective in Korea, Julie Mehretu and Carrie Mae Weems are featured in Elle, and more in this week’s roundup.

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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Carrie Mae Weems tackles issues of identity and belonging, Kimsooja has a thirty-year retrospective, Ai Weiwei organizes a film program, and more.

Matthew Ritchie, “Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II),” 2013. Photo: Andrea Shea for WBUR

Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

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.