‘What do telephones, poetry and the Museum of Modern Art have in common?” read a press release issued by the New York institution on 21 July 1970. A question to which they might have added gay liberation,
Alongside his life partner, composer John Cage, he changed the worlds of dance, music and visual arts. The New York Film Festival is well underway. One film that’s unlike the rest is Cunningham, a new
The fall arts season keeps roaring along with shows that capture quiet moments in private spaces, conceptual views of trees and a shamanic immersive environment. Here are 10 exhibitions and events to out
The temperatures may feel like summer but fall arts season has nonetheless crash-landed upon us with art openings all over Los Angeles and beyond. Here’s a guide to more than a dozen openings you won’t
Today, the division of labor between human and machines/algorithms across total task hours looks like this: Humans: 71% Machines/Algorithms: 29% By 2022, according to a report by the World Economic Forum,
It’s Labor Day weekend, so the art scene is quiet. (Thankfully my colleague Matt Cooper has a roundup of free shows and festivals.) But here are four exhibitions and events you can check out over the weekend.
A variety of summer group shows, performance inspired by Greek tragedy and photographs of Central American conflict. Here are six exhibitions and events to check out in the coming week: “Black, Brown Beige,”