The Meditative Richness of Leidy Churchman's Earth Bound
The painter talks about their latest show at Matthew Marks, and the way the Internet warps the way we experience art.
What Can We Do? A Roundtable on Climate Change and Creativity
Dr. Haley Mellin gets all of the smartest people across industries and mediums to discuss a simple question: what are we going to do about the environment?
The Visual and Sonic Language of Daniel Lind-Ramos' "Armario de la Memoria"
The Puerto Rican artist talks about his debut solo show at Marlborough in New York, now on view online.
El Idioma Visual y Sonoro del "Armario de la Memoria" de Daniel Lind-Ramos
El artista Puertorriqueño habla acerca de su debut en la galeria Marlborough en Nueva York.
Looking at Louise Bourgeois' Apartment and Thinking About Freedom
A new show by the artist opened online at Hauser & Wirth this week.
Sophie Calle's Journey into Doom
Revisit her mid-'90s experimental film, "Double Blind (No Sex Last Night)."
The "2 Lizards" of the Apocalypse
A new web series by artist Meriem Bennani and filmmaker Orian Barki is a COVID-induced fever dream—and a welcome digital companion in these weird times.
The Stir-Crazy City
Let yourself be inspired by Bruce Nauman, Chantal Akerman, and Cindy Sherman this quarantine.
“How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This?”
In the midst of COVID-19 closures, writer-curators Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen debuted a star-studded, online-only art exhibition.
Molly Soda Wants You to Know "You Got This"
At Jack Barrett Gallery, her new body of work continues to explore the different ways we live our lives online.
This Spring, GARAGE Co-Signs Wearing Celine's Going-Out Perfume to Stay In
In these dire times, these are a few of our favorite things coming up this spring.
This Cyprien Gaillard Video Work from 2007 Is My Anti-Meditation for the Trump-Era
While you’re in self-quarantine, allow me to recommend this video of two Russian fight clubs dueling.