Janelle Zara, Aaron Sherman
The relationship between art and its architectural space can be tenuous. Traditionally, galleries prefer the white cube, where flat blank walls serve as a compliant canvas for displaying artwork. Planning exhibitions in historic buildings such as the Upper...
In this week's EYE ON ART, BlouinARTINFO.com's Matthew Drutt takes us on a tour of several painting and sculpture shows in Manhattan, including Ken Tisa at Kate Werble Gallery, Andrew Masullo at Mary Boone Gallery and Philip Guston at McKee Gallery.
For 25 years, the premiere Latino dance company Ballet Hispanico has performed at the Joyce Theater in New York City. As the 43 year old troupe celebrates its anniversary, members hope to change some Latino stereotypes through dance and educational programs...
Craig Hubert, Kristen Boatright
The New York City Opera returns to their celebrated home at City Center with a new production of Gioachino Rossini’s original version of “Moses in Egypt.” Based on a 1760 play by Francesco Ringhieri, the opera tells the familiar story of the Exodus, beginning...
This week on Gallery Night, ARTINFO went to two openings at the Yossi Milo Gallery in Chelsea. French photographer Charles Fréger traveled to 19 European countries to photograph "Wilder Mann," a custom that takes place once a year in the winter,...
Claes Oldenburg began his extraordinary pop art career in the 1960s by transforming everyday objects - such as banana sundaes, hamburgers and street signs - into whimsical sculptural depictions. In "The Street and The Store," the Museum of Modern Art revisits...
Tom Chen, Clare Pennington
Beijing — In the historical Gulou (Drum Tower) area within the city’s second ring road, 24 art interventions made up the first ever Beijing “White Night” — or “Bai Ye.” The festival, which originated in Russia, was originally held to coincide...
Dion Tan, Brandon Smith
It all started with Jiro Yoshihara, the founder of the Gutai Association (1954-1972), where Gutai artists broke barriers between art and everyday life by challenging materials and their bodies to create art. From now till May 8th, the Solomon R. Guggenheim...
Founded in 2001 by artists Maik Schierloh and Joep van Liefland, Autocenter is something of a Berlin legend, a springboard for some of the city’s most recognizable contemporary art exports. Olafur Eliasson, Alicia Kwade, Jonathan Meese, Christoph...
Drawing on the principles of destruction and creation, South Korean artist Yim Choon Lee employs a uncommon technique in his work, called tearing art. The process gives his paintings a 3-D effect on canvas. Yim, a third-generation traditional bamboo and...
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