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Takashi Murakami: An Otaku in Moscow

Takashi Murakami, master of the post-anime "superflat" aesthetic, has brought his older work into dialogue with some ambitious new projects, transforming the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow—and several other museums—into wild visual playpens.
Cedar Pasori
10.4.17
Music

In Soviet Russia, Forbidden Music Was Smuggled on X-Ray Records

'Bone Music' is a unique exhibition exploring the Soviet subculture of recording forbidden music on X-ray films.
Dyllan Furness
7.30.17
Art

Fusing Sculpture and Painting, Urs Fischer Makes 3D Still Lifes that Melt

Urs Fischer creates tiny, hand-painted sculptures for his ‘Small Axe' show.
DJ Pangburn
8.20.16
Art

A Towering Multimedia Installation Explores Deformed Dreams

When Rashid Johnson became fascinated with human structures being taken over by vegetation, he made it his artistic vision.
DJ Pangburn
8.9.16
Art

[Best of 2015] Art Spaces of the Year

A tale of two, or three, or four (and sometimes five) cities.
TCP Staff
12.29.15
Art

Ping Pong, Dumplings, and DIY T-Shirts as Art

Talking to relational aesthetics master Rirkrit Tiravanija about the future for his new show at the Garage Museum.
Sophia Callahan
6.12.15
Art

Nuclear Waste Is Art in the Work of Taryn Simon

The artist unveils an artwork 1,000 years in the making at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
Marina Garcia-Vasquez
6.9.15
Art

It Is About Leaving a Mark: A First Look Inside Russia's New Contemporary Art Museum

Say hello to the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
Sophia Callahan
5.12.15