She's teaming up with WNYC and MoMA for "A Piece of Work."
Our current environment isn't specific to Trump. Artists have been responding to certain, similar political forces that have been in play in this country for a very long time, so Trump is not a new problem.
Robert Rauschenberg: Monogram (1955-59). The exhibition Robert Rauschenberg at Tate Modern in London is the first posthumous
I am taken, and I am left, breathless Where all I can do is think of you. There is a frost, a chill that is familiar. It
On the occasion of the exhibition Alexander Calder & Fischli/Weiss at the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen (Basel, Switzerland
This is Day 33 of my 100 Days in Europe series. As I research my guidebooks and make new TV shows, I'm reporting on my experiences
Tim Kent's show with Slag gallery at Volta included a collection of paintings that he meticulously labored over every day, for a minimum of 12 hours, for the past three years. The finished works are a testament to just how intense Kent's process is.
His ceramics capture his time relaxing as a craftsman, using his hands and transforming the ordinary medium of ceramics, into the extraordinary.
The exhibition at Fondation Beyeler focuses on Jean Dubuffet's idea of landscape, which in his hands can transform itself into a body, a face or an object. Portraits, female nudes and still lives turn into vibrant landscapes.
Hopefully this tale of my experiences has been helpful as you wonder what to do with your little Warhol. And know that along the way, there may be some cabinets defaced with crayons or car leather pencil sketches that don't erase completely. Count to ten. Take deep breaths. One day your child may remember how understanding you were and just how much that meant on their way to art stardom.
In a time where consumerism only seems to be growing, it is inspiring to observe these six artists - such as Tara Donovan and Piet Hein Eek - who have made discarded, everyday materials the centre of their work. Watch their approach to re-using materials.