Mike Calway-Fagen reviews Abigail Lucien’s recent solo exhibition, Drupe, at Seed Space in Nashville.
There is no lack of art which challenges existing conditions and makes propositions for new ways of living and working together – yet all too often these practices are strictly supported and celebrated in the realm of programming, while our institutions neglect to learn from the radical practices that they propose.
Anne Murray speaks with the curators of the 4th Mediterranean Biennial of Contemporary Art in Oran on the theme of mass exodus and the political possibilities of contemporary biennials.
Contributors Inc., a collective that works with the contents lists in art and culture magazines to assess gender imbalances in art criticism, discuss the recent resignation of Knight Landesman from Artforum due to sexual misconduct and the pervasive power structures that preserve inequity in the art world.
An imagined conversation about how to make an alternative art space inspired by conversations and contributions from Bill Bass and Raph Cornford of NOISE, Joshua Byron of SALON, and Charlotte Caldwell and Mike Calway-Fagen of Stove Works.
Jimena Sarno’s current show at LACE, home away from, develops on the political constructions of surveillance, protest and materiality inspired by the interconnections between the image of Hollywood flats and the holding blocks constructed at the site of the border.
Conceived by Toronto-based curators Xenia Benivolski and Su-Ying Lee, Feminist Art Museum (FAM) secures space for women (female-identified and non-binary people) in contemporary art.
Founded by Fort Worth art collectives Bobby on Drums and Exhibitionists, Art Tooth is a new art project dedicated to exhibiting regional contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists.
Sisters Academy is a school in a world and society where the sensuous and poetic mode of being is at the center of all action and interaction.