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Art in America 9h
Can Western institutions legitimately define global modernism? And does the standard avant-garde model really match the complexities of Indian identity?
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Pedro Pablo Alonso 12h
Muy interesante el artículo de David Ebony en sobre actual en , con especial atención a Pablo Siquier, Jorge Macchi y Luciana Lamothe
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Being the “progressives” signaled less a political position than an aspiration for individualism.
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A recent exhibition at the Museum in New York examined how members of the Progressive Artists’ Group defined modern art in India in the aftermath of Partition.
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Other Than Nation | Prajna Desai on Indian Modernism
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Review | on the Carnegie International at the Carnegie Museum of Art ()
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William S. Smith Feb 18
"I also ask what it is about sound that can get us so emotional, that can affect us so deeply." Just re-read the interview did with Kevin Beasley in 2014
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Art in America Feb 13
Two current museum shows, one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the other at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, exemplify the problem of how or if Native American work should be made part of the story of “American art.”
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Art in America Feb 16
Deeply feminist and queer in sensibility, Sheila Pepe challenges the dominance of monumental form with patient, accretive labor.
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Art in America Feb 12
In Dea Trier Mørch’s images and writings, the act of caring for and about others (and fighting on behalf of and alongside them) is the work of everyday life.
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Art in America Feb 15
Review | Faye Hirsch on Sheila Pepe () at DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum ()
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Art in America Feb 14
The dominance of English within the global culture industry, including contemporary art, has its own political stakes.
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Art in America Feb 14
A historical document extracted, translated, and re-published is hardly primary.
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Art in America Feb 14
Walking through the gallery, you could see faces and gestures repeat, like those of saints. But there’s nothing lofty about the figures, or the collage techniques that patch them together.
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THEODORE:ART Feb 14
Superb essay, referencing for reread and research.
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Arts Writers Grant Feb 14
"as Gilliam’s work has gained ever greater recognition, his story has often been characterized as a comeback (though he never left) or a rediscovery (though he wasn’t lost)." Greg Allan () on Sam Gilliam for
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Art in America Feb 14
The MoMA book series Primary Documents compiles critical and art historical texts from outside the Euro-American mainstream—prompting the question of whether “peripheral” languages and contexts are ever fully translatable.
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Hosfelt Gallery Feb 13
"Embedded within the dense foliage are tiny symbols & logos: the American flag, the US dollar sign, the misspelled name 'Al Qaida,' Mickey Mouse, the Coca-Cola trademark." discusses Stefan Kürten's "Perfect World." Read the full article here:
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Art in America Feb 14
Critical Eye| Doxing the Modern by Mostafa Heddaya ()
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Art in America Feb 13
Indigenous artists and scholars tend to emphasize aspects of objects that are beautifully expressed in visual form yet exist beyond the aesthetic.
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