Few iconic visual artists of the 20th century achieved their renown without an equally iconic aesthetic—this being the culmination of all prior ideas and creative activity, wrapped into a tidy narrative arc. Pick out a random photograph shot by Stephen Shore at any point in the last 50 years, however, and it’s a gamble as to whether it will foreshadow anything made a few months or years later, let alone decades.
Superfine! The FairWe caught up Superfine! The Fair Director Alex Mitow to discuss lessons learned as a fair founder and the opening on December 6.Read More
15 Minutes with Adam SilvermanCultured met with Adam Silverman to discuss his architectural background, his collaboration with David Kelley and his surprisingly conventional approach. Silverman's show solo show "Ghosts," is now on view at Cherry and Martin through January 27.Read More
For a performance debuting at Performa 17, musician Jason Moran envisioned Julie Mehretu’s large-scale paintings in musical dimensions.Read More
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New Orleans’ contemporary art triennial transforms the city into a space for cross-pollination and exhibition.Read More
Allison Brant sits at the helm of the Brant Foundation, unpacking a vast collection to create a range of programming and exhibitions at the Connecticut cultural beacon.Read More
In her new solo show at AA LA gallery, the New York-based artist reimagines corporate life as an opportunity for healing.Read More
Lynne Golob Gelfman’s 'sometimes random'Lynne Golob Gelfman’s 'sometimes random' at Marisa Newman Projects in New York is on view until November 10.Read More
Emily Gallagher shares the highlights of the season from Laura Owens to Maryam Hoseini.Read More
The recent paintings by Christopher Astley bring into focus the tension between man and nature.Read More
For 15 years, Bryce Wolkowitz has positioned his gallery at the convergence of art and technology.Read More