What artworks of the past 25 years will we care about in the future? Why is this work so important? In the past when I have lectured on Hirst, I've focused on the following.
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A New York exhibition promises to shed a refreshingly intimate, revealing light on the life of a gay American icon.
Set to open at the Leslie-Lohm...
When the American painter, sculptor and installation artist Paul Thek (1933-88) taught art classes at Cooper Union in the late 1970s, he wrote and the...
Join the Los Angeles Urban Rangers for an activity-filled hike to the Los Angeles River. Participants will journey through the riparian corridor of art, industry, and infrastructure to explore the past and future of the L.A. River.
Untitled from the series Technological Reliquaries, 1966. Wax, paint, polyester resin, nylon microfilament, wire, plaster, plywood, melamine laminate...
See the first retrospective in the U.S. devoted to Paul Thek. These early works, which Thek began making in 1964 and called "meat pieces," resemble flesh and were encased in Plexiglass boxes.
Charles LeDray's works at the Whitney Museum are that of an obsessive-compulsive genius who has created a universe in the miniature.
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