Social Practice, Civic Practice, Socially Engaged Art – what do we mean when we talk about this kind of work and how can we do it better?
Or, Alastair Macaulay should try thinking above the belt from time to time.
What a poor self-initiated restoration job undertaken by an old Spanish woman can tell us about art as a vital part of our daily lives
We’re looking for just the right person to help us this fall as we move into the next phase of our organizational development
A new Bravo reality show about wannabe gallerists invites the art world to firmly turn the Gaze toward its own navel
Parsing Richard Dare’s well-reasoned rant on HuffPo to get to the nitty-gritty of what he really means: That art is like black jelly beans no one wants to eat like vegetables except that vegetables are good for you and art’s not but should be like broccoli instead
Lucy Sexton responds to Gia Kourlas–and the field’s–critique of this year’s Bessie categories, but fails to grapple with the root cause
This year’s Bessie nominees–and the torturous categories into which they’ve been placed
The artist talks about her coming up in Shanghai and her first full-length work
One of the core members of Portland’s Hand2Mouth discusses creating a performance-memoir of her grandmother’s life, playing at 59E59 Theaters this month
“The ideal Brechtian space is not a theater, it’s a gallery. A gallery alienates everything.”