Art, music, dance, and parties outside, all summer long.
John Cage and Pierre Boulez weren’t as different as some might think.
Help recreate a run-down church in Braddock, Pennsylvania, as a “work of art, a center for creativity, and a place for new beginnings.”
Photo by Liza Voll.
Respini is currently organizing exhibitions of artists Walid Raad and Liz Deschenes.
Pepo Salazar, Yoga Alliance, 2015
“Upon arrival in a city, one should proceed directly to the national art museum.”
Photo by Maria Baranova.
Thoughts on Faye Driscoll’s aesthetically promiscuous, collaborative, radical, uncategorizable work.
Lars Jan, The Institute of Memory (TIMe). Photo courtesy of the artist.
Four remarkable new theater pieces and why you should see great performance more than once.
Photo: Julieta Cervantes
From an over-the-top interpretation of Jean Genet’s The Maids to a notorious opera infused with the genius of artist William Kentridge, four productions worth traveling for.
A short (and definitely not comprehensive) list of exhibitions worth traveling for this season.
From Converging Lines: Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt at the Addison Gallery of American Art.
Sol LeWitt, Run I, 1962. Oil on canvas and wood, 63.5 x 63.5 x 3.5 inches. LeWitt Collection, Courtesy Pace Gallery, New York. © 2015. The LeWitt Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
ICA staff let you know where they’ll be this fall.
Walid Raad, We decided to let them say “we are convinced” twice. It was more convincing this way, 1982/2004, pigmented inkjet print, 44 x 67 inches. Courtesy the artist and Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut/Hamburg. © 2015 Walid Raad
The ICA looks abroad with exhibitions featuring Walid Raad; Nalini Malani; and Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian
ICA Statement, 1948
The surprising connections between two renegade institutions—Black Mountain College and the ICA—and how they impacted the course of art history
The legendary and eccentric collector changed art history forever.