Sheila Pree Bright, 1960Now: Baltimore Ι Freddie Gray, 2015. Photograph/wall projection. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sheila Pree Bright, 1960Now: Baltimore Ι Freddie Gray, 2015. Photograph/wall projection. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Flux Projects

Flux Night 2015: Dream in Atlanta

Flux Projects, the Atlanta-based public art organization, is excited to present Flux Night 2015: Dream, a one-night event that will bring site-specific visual and performance art to Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward on Saturday, October 3 from 7pm until... continue reading

This week: August 23 - August 29 / 2015







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Willem de Rooij’s “Legal Noses”By Jennifer Piejko

Brown is a composite color, made by combining complementary hues—a warm neutral. It’s only itself when contrasted with a brighter shade; fuschia or aqua always appear so, while brown is brown only in comparison to another color; its visibility is dependent on the color next to it. Over centuries, brown’s... continue reading

“In Motion”By Claudia Arozqueta

“In Motion,” the group exhibition currently on view at Starkwhite, Auckland, is a continuous dance of colors, with works from four contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand—Rebecca Baumann, Brendan Van Hek, Grant Stevens, and Alicia Frankovich—and two historical artists: the Hungarian-American artist László Moholy-Nagy... continue reading

Spaces—The Live/Work GalleryBy Jonathan Griffin

Spaces is a feature of art-agenda that proposes a thematic examination of galleries based on the analysis of their physical and spatial configurations. Every two months, art-agenda publishes a new reflection on the spatial characteristics of galleries, their architecture, identity, and relation with their historical and geographical context. The... continue reading

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Transformative art production and coalition-buildingLevArt

Since the neoliberal attack on public institutions of art and art education, artistic work has become an entrepreneurial activity within a restrictive framework conditioned by the expanding art market and hegemonic political agendas prescribing the usefulness of art. The division of labor in the creative and knowledge industries has formed huge... continue reading

The MiniatureHenry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts at Indiana University, Bloomington

Teresa MargollesNeuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College, SUNY

Open call for Queens International 2016Queens Museum

The Neoliberal Self: Lectures, Interviews, Art by Kate Steinmann on Video Schoolart&education

Zoe Beloff and upcoming programmingThe James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center

MFA degree show 2015Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)

Visiting Artists Program, September–December 2015Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA)

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