Art historian Christina Rosenberger will be giving a talk about her new book, Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes Martin on Sunday, March 19 at 2 p.m. at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The talk will be followed immediately by a book signing. For more information, visit the NGA's website.
Adam Pendleton: Front Room will open on Sunday, March 26 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The exhibition examines Black Dada—the artist's term for a broad conceptualization of blackness—as the animating force of his work. Working in various modes and mediums including painting, collage, video, and performance, the artist disrupts and reconsiders preconceived notions of history and culture. The exhibition will be on view from March 26 through August 13, 2017 at the Baltimore Museum of Art in Mar
Fred Wilson’s two-part exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art features the artist’s related studio and conceptual practices comprising a survey of over two decades of his work and a site-specific installation in which he re-contextualizes the collections of the museum and college to create a dialogue examining the relationship between institutions and individuals in the museum's Stairway Gallery. The opening reception has been postponed due to forecast inclement weather until Wednesday, Ma
In honor of both his current exhibition, Ceramics, and the celebration of Asia Week New York, Lee Ufan participated in a conversation with Michelle Yun, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Asia Society. The artist discussed his recent works done in clay, and how he continues to explore themes such as space, time, and materiality through this medium. For more information on Asia Week New York and the Asia Society, please visit their website. Lee Ufan: Ceramics is on view thro
As part of Asia Week New York, visit Self-Interned, 1942: Noguchi in Poston War Relocation Center currently on view at the Noguchi Museum in Queens, New York. The exhibition examines Noguchi's artistic output during his self-elected time at a Japanese internment camp. Self-Interned, 1942 brings together about two dozen works from the Museum’s collection, dating from before, during, and after Noguchi’s time at Poston, along with a substantial selection of archival documents. For more informatio
Tony Smith: Smoke has become a LACMA icon since its 2008 installation in the Ahmanson Building atrium, where it animates the transitional space between the museum’s east and west campus. In addition to being one of the largest sculptures ever conceived by Smith (and the largest conceived for an interior space), Smoke reflects the artist’s lifelong exploration of patterns found in organic life and represents a culmination of his work in architecture, painting, drawing, and sculpture. This exhibit
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of the Tony Smith Estate. "We represented Tony Smith during his lifetime,” says Arne Glimcher. "That generation of Abstract Expressionists and early Minimalists are the bedrock the gallery is built upon and Tony is inextricable from that milieu." Smith approached abstraction as a spiritual exercise; rather than a product of conscious calculation, his art was derived from the unconscious. His minimal sculptures transcend history and connect h