He was one of the major figures in Detroit's cultural history, dominating the last quarter of the twentieth century in the same way Detroit blue-blood W. Hawkins Ferry dominated the period after the Second World War and into the 1970s.
So it was no surprise that when we found ourselves back in Vilnius this May for the launch of the Lithuanian Edition of Illegal
Meet Charlotte Moorman, the feminist, avant-garde master art history forgot.
In the art world, it seems 2015 was the year of the underdog. In and among the blockbusters and biennials, there were a great number of retrospectives devoted to artists who have long been under-rated, under-valued, and under-recognized for their achievements.
In 1992, Emily Harvey, a New York gallerist known for her support of the international avant-garde community, conceived of The Cast Iron Court Corporation Group Show, a curatorial project to be held in her SoHo building, 537 Broadway/110 Mercer Street, the last of George Maciunas's 16 Fluxhouses. It was an exhibit that somehow never materialized.
Paik was born in Seoul in 1932, the youngest of five siblings. He studied classical music growing up, slowly becoming more
When Shael Shapiro and I were interviewing residents of 80 Wooster Street for our book, Illegal Living: 80 Wooster and the
Installation shot, Serpentine Gallery. At the end of the show, visitors are invited to have their photo taken to contribute
While the spirit of Pop Art sought to bring low culture to the arena of fine art, Wooster Enterprises sought to do just the
Let us know if this preview inspires you to hop in a last minute flight to India, or to do something nice for your mother
The exhibition will feature Ono's SMILE project, an initiative that invites participants to photograph and upload an image
2. Fluxus zip tights: I used to live right by Fluxus in LA and would have to cross the street after my morning class at Yoga
There's something brazen yet accessible about the insouciant use of social media in art. Maybe it's the quotidian, spontaneous, DIY aspects that make it seem so democratic that appeals.
FORTUNE magazine cover by Walter Allner, December 1952. The term "info-graphics" became widely used with the introduction
The grand shopping mall that is SoHo was until recently the arts center of New York City, a neighborhood created by artist visionary George Maciunas.