group show

video art

Anarchic Video Art Group Show Exposes the Pure Chaos of 2017

'COMM | ALT | SHIFT' brings together over a dozen video artists each confronting a different issue within contemporary society.
Andrew Nunes

6 Female Artists Demonstrate Pottery's Subversive Potential

A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
Catherine Chapman
gallery shows

A Fed Up Former Teacher Curates a Show Fighting School Segregation

Nearly 60 years after 'Brown v. Board of Education,' American schools are still segregated.
Antwaun Sargent
gallery shows

Timely Gallery Show Is a Meditation on Saying Goodbye

'EXIT' is more than "The Brexit Show," however.
Maya-Roisin Slater
group show

Technology and Human Nature Collide in this Italian Gallery Show

A group of artists showcase their technological dilemmas through art.
Diana Shi
neon colors

A Soft, Glowing, Spiky Exhibition Explores the Allure of Neon Colors

Stephanie Chefas Projects presents a group show celebrating bright colors.
Anna Marks

An Eclectic Show Illustrates Perspectives on Anxiety

"Warranted Non-Compliance" showcases works by the duo Mirf and artist Christopher Johnson.
Andrew Nunes

The 150,000 Square Foot '14th Factory' Is Bigger Than Its Kubrick Room

Artist Simon Birch builds an interdisciplinary park in a defunct factory on the edges of downtown and of sanity.
Shana Nys Dambrot
art fairs

Feeling Petty About the Art World? This Biennial Is For You

Two Chicago curators intervene on behalf of artists marginalized by mainstream art fairs.
Antwaun Sargent
feminist art show

[NSFW] Protesting Trump With Portraits of Boobs

Western Editions stages a "Peep Show" in San Francisco this month.
Diana Shi

[NSFW] 60 Contemporary Artists Made Works to Honor Inspiring Women

10% of exhibition proceeds will go to the She Should Run organization, the nonprofit supporting women to run for public office.
Nathaniel Ainley
Pop Art

"Fatherless" Collective Seeks Truth in an Alternative Facts Exhibit

The group showcases their own version of today’s information overload.
Diana Shi