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This Week in Art 1.15-1.21: New “Art-Filled” U.S. Embassy Opens in London

This Week in Art 1.15-1.21: New “Art-Filled” U.S. Embassy Opens in London

 

This Week in Art 1.8-1.14: Ai Weiwei & Hiroshi Sugimoto Proposing New Major Works for San Francisco

This Week in Art 1.8-1.14: Ai Weiwei & Hiroshi Sugimoto Proposing New Major Works for San Francisco

 

This Week in Art 1.1-1.7: MoMA Rehang Spotlights Late Career Artists

This Week in Art 1.1-1.7: MoMA Rehang Spotlights Late Career Artists

 

Hospitality and Hosting Relationships in Michael Rakowitz’s Art

Hospitality and Hosting Relationships in Michael Rakowitz’s Art

 

Art21 News Roundup: Celebrating Artists Who Connect Communities

Art21 News Roundup: Celebrating Artists Who Connect Communities

 

Below the Surface: Creating Hope through Portraiture

Below the Surface: Creating Hope through Portraiture

 

This Week in Art 12.25-12.31: Hiroshi Sugimoto Reimagines the Lobby at the Hirshhorn

This Week in Art 12.25-12.31: Hiroshi Sugimoto Reimagines the Lobby at the Hirshhorn

 

Reading Critically: Alexandra Bell’s “Counternarratives”

Reading Critically: Alexandra Bell’s “Counternarratives”

 

Dominate Anonymity: An Interview with Guy Woueté

Dominate Anonymity: An Interview with Guy Woueté

 

This Week in Art 12.18-12.24: Ann Hamilton Asks Us To “Fly Together”

This Week in Art 12.18-12.24: Ann Hamilton Asks Us To “Fly Together”

 

Patient Time Scripts: Revisiting the Work of Sokhaya Charles Nkosi

Patient Time Scripts: Revisiting the Work of Sokhaya Charles Nkosi

 

Empathy in Training: Kerry Tribe’s “Standardized Patient”

Empathy in Training: Kerry Tribe’s “Standardized Patient”

 

Orawan Arunrak: Words to Communicate

Orawan Arunrak: Words to Communicate

 

This Week in Art 12.11-12.17: Cao Fei Selected for Major Guggenheim Commission

This Week in Art 12.11-12.17: Cao Fei Selected for Major Guggenheim Commission

 

Radical Art in a Conservative School

Radical Art in a Conservative School

 

How Did We Get Here? A Reading List for Understanding Race in America

How Did We Get Here? A Reading List for Understanding Race in America

 

This Week in Art 12.4-12.10: Kerry James Marshall Dedicates Mural Honoring Chicago’s Cultural Leaders

This Week in Art 12.4-12.10: Kerry James Marshall Dedicates Mural Honoring Chicago’s Cultural Leaders

 

Composing Compassion: On Jumana Manna’s “A Magical Substance Flows Into Me”

Composing Compassion: On Jumana Manna’s “A Magical Substance Flows Into Me”

 

This Week in Art 11.27-12.3: Theaster Gates’ Rebuild Foundation Creates a Material Memorial for Tamir Rice

This Week in Art 11.27-12.3: Theaster Gates’ Rebuild Foundation Creates a Material Memorial for Tamir Rice

 

This Week in Art 11.27-12.3: Theaster Gates’ Rebuild Foundation Creates a Material Memorial for Tamir Rice

This Week in Art 11.27-12.3: Theaster Gates’ Rebuild Foundation Creates a Material Memorial for Tamir Rice

 

Art21 News Roundup: Jordan Casteel Brings Extroversion into an Introverted Studio Practice

Art21 News Roundup: Jordan Casteel Brings Extroversion into an Introverted Studio Practice

 

This Week in Art 11.20-11.26: Diana Thater’s “Delphine” Will Open the ICA Watershed Next Summer

This Week in Art 11.20-11.26: Diana Thater’s “Delphine” Will Open the ICA Watershed Next Summer

 

Keep it Real, Keep it Relevant

Keep it Real, Keep it Relevant

 

This Week in Art 11.13-11.19: Prospect.4 Opens Friday in New Orleans

This Week in Art 11.13-11.19: Prospect.4 Opens Friday in New Orleans

 

Revealing the Poetry of Everyday Life: An Interview with Project Row Houses Director Eureka Gilkey

Revealing the Poetry of Everyday Life: An Interview with Project Row Houses Director Eureka Gilkey

 

Robots, Race, and Algorithms: Stephanie Dinkins at Recess Assembly

Robots, Race, and Algorithms: Stephanie Dinkins at Recess Assembly

 

Living in an Age of Empathy

Living in an Age of Empathy

 

This Week in Art 11.6-11.12: Artists Fights Sexism and Harassment with #NotSurprised

This Week in Art 11.6-11.12: Artists Fights Sexism and Harassment with #NotSurprised

 

Ways of Being: Spaces of Learning

Ways of Being: Spaces of Learning

 

This Week in Art 10.30-11.5: Performa 17 Starts Wednesday

This Week in Art 10.30-11.5: Performa 17 Starts Wednesday

 

Inventing the Future: Art and Technology

Inventing the Future: Art and Technology

 

Scenius, Inspiration, and Invention

Scenius, Inspiration, and Invention

 

Ways of Being: Introduction

Ways of Being: Introduction

 

This Week in Art 10.23-10.29: New Graphic Novel Chronicles the Life of Graciela Iturbide

This Week in Art 10.23-10.29: New Graphic Novel Chronicles the Life of Graciela Iturbide

 

The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part II)

The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part II)

 

Art21 News Roundup: Jamian Juliano Villani Paints Under Pressure

Art21 News Roundup: Jamian Juliano Villani Paints Under Pressure

 

The Art of the Prototype: Museums and Technology

The Art of the Prototype: Museums and Technology

 

Analia Saban: Abject Inventions

Analia Saban: Abject Inventions

 

This Week in Art 10.16-10.22: Trevor Paglen Named 2017 MacArthur Fellow

This Week in Art 10.16-10.22: Trevor Paglen Named 2017 MacArthur Fellow

 

Cloth is a Battleground in Stephanie Syjuco’s “CITIZENS”

Cloth is a Battleground in Stephanie Syjuco’s “CITIZENS”

 

The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part I)

The Digital Museum: A Conversation between Loic Tallon and Julia Kaganskiy (Part I)

 

This Week in Art 10.9-10.15: Jeff Koons Collaborates with Snapchat

This Week in Art 10.9-10.15: Jeff Koons Collaborates with Snapchat

 

This Week in Art 10.2-10.8: Artists Create Posters Opposing Trump’s Immigration Ban

This Week in Art 10.2-10.8: Artists Create Posters Opposing Trump’s Immigration Ban

 

Dematerializing the Memorial: An Interview with Maya Lin

Dematerializing the Memorial: An Interview with Maya Lin

 

This Week in Art 9.25-10.1: Theaster Gates Wins Nasher Sculpture Prize

This Week in Art 9.25-10.1: Theaster Gates Wins Nasher Sculpture Prize

 

Assessment as Dialogue: Shifting Power Dynamics in the Classroom

Assessment as Dialogue: Shifting Power Dynamics in the Classroom

 

Philadelphia Illuminated

Philadelphia Illuminated

 

This Week in Art 9.18-9.24: Mel Chin Unveils a Monument to Everyone

This Week in Art 9.18-9.24: Mel Chin Unveils a Monument to Everyone

 

This Week in Art 9.18-9.24: Mel Chin Unveils a Monument to Everyone

This Week in Art 9.18-9.24: Mel Chin Unveils a Monument to Everyone

 

Staff Picks: Summer + Fall 2017

Staff Picks: Summer + Fall 2017

 

Seven Strategies for the Studio Art Class

Seven Strategies for the Studio Art Class

 

Making Paper: Hong Hong’s Performative Process

Making Paper: Hong Hong’s Performative Process

 

Invention vs. Innovation

Invention vs. Innovation

 

This Week in Art 9.11-9.17: Cindy Sherman and Maya Lin Celebrated as TIME “Firsts”

This Week in Art 9.11-9.17: Cindy Sherman and Maya Lin Celebrated as TIME “Firsts”

 

Climate Change & Data Drawings: An Interview with Maya Lin

Climate Change & Data Drawings: An Interview with Maya Lin

 

This Week in Art 9.4-9.10: Women Artists Bring Protest Messages to Times Square

This Week in Art 9.4-9.10: Women Artists Bring Protest Messages to Times Square

 

Objective Truth vs. Subjective Perception

Objective Truth vs. Subjective Perception

 

Recreating What’s Lost: Pamela Mason Wagner on Shooting Reenactments

Recreating What’s Lost: Pamela Mason Wagner on Shooting Reenactments

 

This Week in Art 8.28-9.3: Trevor Paglen and Ai Weiwei Projects Hit Kickstarter

This Week in Art 8.28-9.3: Trevor Paglen and Ai Weiwei Projects Hit Kickstarter

 

A Fickle Trickster Screen

A Fickle Trickster Screen

 

Art21 News Roundup: Summer Inspiration with Ten New Films

Art21 News Roundup: Summer Inspiration with Ten New Films

 

A Safe Place

A Safe Place