Friday, June 23, 2017

Interview: Chris Burden

Early on, people were saying that I was doing performances impromptu, which is kind of insane actually. They were very thought out. Even though it seemed minimal, they were thought out very carefully.

Richard Diebenkorn’s MFA

although widely associated with the bay area, it was in New Mexico that the famed landscape painter came of age

DIALOGUE: Catherine Morris

The Sackler Center for Feminist Art’s “A Year of Yes,” 10-year anniversary celebration becomes an intervention.

2014 Top 10

art ltd. 2014 Critics TOP TEN LISTS

rebels with a lens

A new show of experimental photography from the Strauss Collection in San Diego provides a look back to a time when photographs were still handmade.

Art of Glass

In the wake of the Studio Glass movement, glass has become a pervasive and persuasive medium for sculpture and is being embraced by a diverse range of artists, both specialized and mainstream. JAMES YOOD makes the case for this most venerable and adaptable of art forms.

Collecting: Carl & Marilynn Thoma

Spanning from Spanish Colonial painting to New Mexico modernism to 21st century digital artwork, the Thoma Collection is a national resource, and a Santa Fe highlight.

Revisiting The Arcades

A new exhibition at the Jewish Museum revives Walter Benjamin’s great unfinished project, refracting his vision through the works of modern and contemporary artists.

John Goodwin

There’s a haunting montage at the end of director Spike Lee’s 2000 film “Bamboozled” showing archival clips from Hollywood movies in which black Americans...

Collecting: Lester Marks

The enthusiastic Houston collector has made his collection, and passion for contemporary art, into a regional resource.

The Hess Collection

Collector Donald Hess blends his passions, displaying a world-class modern art collection at a Napa winery.

Land Art Pioneers: Mel Chin

Chin is and has always been a conceptual artist, who over the last four decades has created a startlingly diverse body of work...