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The work, which depicts a structure where 38 Dakota Indians were killed, was criticized for being insensitive.
The Chicago Children's Museum, at Navy Pier, Chicago. University of Las Vegas, Nevada. The University of Utah, Salt Lake
Institutions like the Walker Art Center are recognizing the role they play in educating visitors — whether it's using a canvas or not.
It's your final chance to catch a screening of the Walker Internet Cat Video Festival.
As Eden prepared to attend a conference on performance's intersection with visual art, MutualArt had the opportunity to ask her about her new position at DiverseWorks, her plans concerning funding and audience engagement and Katie Grinnan: Nocturnal Hologram, the first show she has curated for the space.
In September, "Derrick Adams: Live and in Color," opened at the Tilton Gallery in Manhattan. I sat down with Adams in Brooklyn, to talk about his work and career trajectory.
Laugh At Death: Kris Martin on Mortality, Silent Bells and the Skeleton He Buried in an Art Museum's Front Lawn
As spring again sputters into being and we witness another revolution of the life/death/life cycle, a recently installed artwork in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden stands as a marker of this type of transition.
This may not be the great civic building boom of the '60s, but it is a great opportunity for communities to rededicate themselves to their arts spaces of all sizes as they enter a great new era.
Once upon a time, architects Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, responsible for the current MoMA expansion, were close friends
The art-fueled road trip sounds unbelievably ambitious, but the multi-media road show promises to deliver, and more importantly