Annie Armstrong

Art

Come Collect Your 1-Up From Julia Wachtel and Wendy White’s New Show

The artists' latest exhibition, "Airlok or Gazing Into The Void" at D.C.’s Von Ammon Co., was inspired by Google Image Search.
Annie Armstrong
2.12.21
Art

Of Satan, Captain America, and Daniel Johnston

This year’s Outsider Art Fair exalts the late musician’s visual art. 
Annie Armstrong
1.22.21
Art

Raven Halfmoon On Toeing the Line Between Her Caddo Heritage and TikTok

The artist's new show is now on view at Ross + Kramer.
Annie Armstrong
1.8.21
Art

Portrait of A Year On Fire: JDJ Gallery’s NADA Heats Up

Over three different shows hosted for NADA’s satellite fair this year, New York’s JDJ Gallery exhibits flames at the forefront.
Annie Armstrong
12.4.20
Art

Is This Year Like the Cross Section of a Grapefruit?

Annie Armstrong muses on how her relationship to art has changed and been informed by the election.
Annie Armstrong
11.13.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Smarter Child

Martine Syms was set to have a busy year—until the pandemic hit. Annie Armstrong catches up with the artist at her studio in Los Angeles.
Annie Armstrong
10.30.20
Art

The Many Shades of Myselves

Textile artists Erin M. Riley and Sophia Narrett chat with GARAGE about friendship, productivity, and their work in a new group show at Kohn Gallery.
Annie Armstrong
10.16.20
Art

You Should Probably Be Afraid

Trevor Paglen's new show at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh is a retrospective that examines data ownership, surveillance, and the possibility that we're all fucked.
Annie Armstrong
10.2.20
Fashion

Collina Strada’s Spring Collection Embodies Environmental Dadaism

Featuring babies, mothers, flower people, pop-punk, bikinis, and lots of vegetable dye. 
Annie Armstrong
9.18.20
Art

In the Midst of a Sculpture Park, a Skate Bowl

Chemi Rosado-Seijo’s "Mahican Pearl Hole (Mahican Bowl)" is now on view at Art Omi.
Annie Armstrong
9.4.20
Art

An Incomplete History of the Whitney’s Curatorial Fumblings

Understanding the museum's recently announced and recently cancelled show, "Collective Actions: Artists Interventions in a Time of Change."
Annie Armstrong
8.28.20
Art

Lost? Restless? Let Kris Perry’s New Sculpture Act As Your Temple

The Rockaways are getting public art for the people.
Annie Armstrong
8.14.20
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