In delicate skeins of thread sewn to form clusters of leaves, handwritten letters and mandalas, Kokin provides potent, poignant metaphors for the cycle of life.
Archives for October 2012
Blending Pop, Conceptual, set-up photography and appropriation, Muniz continues to operate in a realm of his own invention. His latest: pictures of shredded magazines.
A weekend party, art festival and month-long series of artist lectures you won’t want to miss.
McGee and his collaborators have swarmed over the museum like a phalanx of army ants, leaving an overwhelmed and utterly transformed institution in its wake.
Mark Van Proyen examines the history of art’s encounters with technology — as played out against the backdrop of the 2012 Zero1 Biennial.
Pulling from aboriginal, folk and outsider art traditions, De Forest created a magical kingdom populated by eccentric characters and animals.