Installation

Art

Akinola Davies Jr. Is Reclaiming African Treasures Stolen by White Colonizers

His latest film criticizes museums for holding onto looted art.
Antwaun Sargent
11.7.18
Art

A South African Artist Made an Ex-President’s Rape Trial into Art

At the Berlin Biennale, Dineo Seshee Bopape turned the drip-drip-drip of oppressive systems into powerful films and installations.
Josie Thaddeus-Johns
7.10.18
Photography

Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Narcissus Garden’ Is Great for Selfies and Reminds You You’re an Egomaniac

The most popular artist in the world brought her magic to the eroded NYC coast.
Beckett Mufson
6.29.18
FOOD

An Eerie Exhibition in London Serves Up a Smorgasbord of Fake Food

Anna Choutova opens her exhibition 'Let Them Eat Fake.'
Catherine Chapman
8.4.17
dance

Peek in on a Performance Through the Window of a Closed Gallery

TURN Gallery commissioned a trio of dancers to activate Rachel Eulena Williams's artwork, 'Coco Currents.'
Anya Tchoupakov
7.26.17
street art

100 Street Artists Painted a Paris Dorm and the Results Were Mind-Blowing

Street art collective Bitume—and 100 other artists—came together to revamp a college dormitory.
Laura Conner
7.25.17
public art

Marble Sculpture Swallows Car in New Atlanta Public Artwork

'Autoeater' comments on the city’s “relationship with the automobile in the context of one of the city’s most walkable urban districts,” according to Midtown Alliance.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.18.17
mixed reality

Holograms Bring the Grim Reality of the Syrian Civil War to America

'Holograms from Syria' puts grisly war images in a hauntingly familiar context.
Andrew Nunes
7.17.17
museums

The Museum of Capitalism Exposes the Cost of Our Collective Greed

Turns out we take a lot of terrible things for granted.
Nastia Voynovskaya
7.16.17
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
7.15.17
SURVEILLANCE

I Got Tracked by Ai Weiwei's Drones and Here's What Happened

Ai, Jacques Herzog, and Pierre de Meuron staged a creepily prescient installation at the Park Avenue Armory.
Kara Weisenstein
7.11.17
last week in art

Cops Thought This Artwork Was a Weed Farm, So They Destroyed It

Thanks, cops.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.11.17