Domino Dancing: The Puerto Rican Curator Exploring Miami's Hybrid Culture

Hailing from Puerto Rico and now resident in the Magic City, curator María Elena Ortiz is bringing artists' diverse stories to light.


ART TRENDS: Independent Curators

Is an increasingly institute-agnostic art world just over the horizon?


Why Do We Look Down on Pop Stars Who Don't Write Their Own Songs?

The art of curation can impact storytelling just as much as songwriting – but why does it pick up less respect?


London's Young People Respond to the Tate Britain Collection

Late at Tate Britain presents exhibits created by young people for young people.


Artist-Curator Stages a Life Along a Horizontal Line

An expansive curatorial effort by Elizabeth Price is an intellectual examination of life running along a prostrate spine or glacial surface.


'Manifesta 11' Proves That Possibilities Are Endless, When Curating Is an Art

Talking to artist Christian Jankowski about curating what might be the biggest art fair—and artwork—ever.


Immigrant Artists Share Stories About the Visa Process

A comedian and a sculptor make their US visa processes into art.


In Sweden, 30 International Artists Are Coming Together to Remake History

With curator Elvira Dyangani Ose at the helm, the 2015 Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art promises to shake things up.


Why Learning to Bartend Is a Curator's Best Friend

Talking to Natasha Marie Llorens about the ins and outs of curating art in New York City.


Can Robot Curators Fix Art Gallery Elitism?

With the aim of bringing galleries "algorithmic diplomacy," artist collective HARD-CORE have created curatorial robot Asahi 4.0.


Enter a Modern Brooklyn Dollhouse Ibsen Would Be Proud Of

Brooklyn-based artists build a life-sized dollhouse hosting a month of performance art installations in Bushwick.