Upcoming shows, retrospectives, and museum openings highlighted by Maika Pollack, Ratik Asokan, Alex Zafiris, Gideon Jacobs, Michael Barron, Wendy Vogel, Zack Hatfield, and Legacy Russell
The origins of nostalgia and some theoretical foundations of photography.
Choreography, hip-hop, and cricket in New York.
A.K. Burns on the queer body, slipping between forms, American fetishes, and becoming a cyborg.
Legacy Russell and Bibi Deitz explore the Venice Biennale, interviewing and photographing the audience along the way.
Amy Adler on artist’s rights, the impact of conceptual art on law, and Texts from Hillary.
When I meet Oscar Murillo for the first time, it is in Central London. Murillo lives and works in East London.
It was Eyal Weizman’s collaboration with fellow architects and geopolitical theorists Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti that first caught my attention years ago and incited my enduring admiration.
Legacy Russell interviews performance artist Ann Hirsch about being scandalous, scandylicious, and the radical politics of the packaged female form in the sex-saturated era of reality television and social media.
Artist Jason Lazarus has his hands full—with GIFs, pics, and sign-sticks.
Artist Matthew Lutz-Kinoy collaborated with producer SOPHIE and triple-threat Chelsea Culp at the New Museum in September. The result? Paint on the dance floor, and an inescapable harmony that you can’t help but whistle to.
Micki Pellerano creates his own cosmos in his drawings. Legacy Russell takes a walking tour through the Lower East Side’s envoy enterprises and the mythical regions of an artist’s mind, beyond revelation.
Legacy Russell interviews artist Man Bartlett about Occupy Wall Street, class and economy, and how Twitter just might be the next frontier for public sculpture.
During Basel week, BOMB teamed up with Gallery Diet to present Clifford Owens’s first Miami solo show. Legacy Russell was there to sneak a peek at the Audience.
Lydia Kellam is a Swedish Fish far from home, but her take-over of New York’s music scene is coming along swimmingly.
With OPEN, director Jake Yuzna peels back the skin of love and sex in the modern age, giving audiences a glimpse of what the future holds—on the silver screen and beyond.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No—it’s BDY DBL!
Ariane Michel wants you to pay attention. In a work that premiered in New York on Monday evening at Van Cortlandt Park—aptly dubbed The Screening—Michel held up a mirror to film attendees by showing them a likeness of themselves on the silver screen.
Legacy Russell spoke to artist Patricia Cronin about the installation of her Memorial to a Marriage, to be installed at Woodlawn Cemetery this Fall. With Memorial to a Marriage, art and politics will be forever wedded and bedded.