Performance

Art

Theaster Gates' Black Monastic in Chicago

The artist's experiment with the universality of black music was part of the Red Bull Music Festival this week.
Max Lakin
11.24.19
Film

Zia Anger's "My First Film" Is A Revolution In Confessionalism

Anger's most recent work is part film, part performance, and a wholly original view at the business of making movies.
Jenna Mahale
10.27.19
Art

Anne Imhof Gives Good (and Confusing) Sex at the Tate Modern

Like only some sex, the performance lasts four hours.
Philippa Snow
3.28.19
Art

Native Artists are Fighting and Creating in the Shadow of #NODAPL

Michelle Latimer and Laura Ortman collaborated on a hybrid screening-performance that explored the contested, abused, but fully alive landscape of Standing Rock.
Meg Whiteford
6.29.18
Art

An 80s Dance Piece Brings the Memory of AIDS Epidemic to a New Generation

A new restaging of Ishmael Houston-Jones’s collaborative 1986 dance “Them” at Performance Space is a haunting reminder of the decimation of AIDS.
Paige Katherine Bradley
6.26.18
Art

The Best Artist in America Has a Bugle Horn and Isn’t Afraid to Use It

Sarah Michelson is a public servant and can do anything she wants.
Paige Katherine Bradley
4.30.18
Art

Brendan Fernandes's Sculptures Explore the Masochism of Ballet

The Keynyan-born artist's new show at the Graham Foundation presents live dancers with some unique challenges.
Osman Can Yerebakan
1.29.18
Art

This Performance About the Gig Economy Works Overtime

Artist duo They Are Here's project at Tate Modern riffs on zero-hours contract work.
Hettie Judah
12.8.17
Art

Is Ryan McNamara an Artist or a Dancer?

As Ryan McNamara, in the company of John Zorn, brings his compelling blend of art and dance to the Guggenheim for a second time, the artist sat down with GARAGE to talk about about performance, and the theater as political battleground.
Michael Wilson
10.23.17