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Joseph Beuys

Conversation With Theaster Gates: On Finding the Sweetest Fodder for His Imagination

Kisa Lala | Posted 06.16.2014 | Arts
Kisa Lala

"Brick and clay have the potential to be... well, they only have the limitations of the maker."

Innovating Ecological Art: The Green Man (PHOTOS)

David Galenson | Posted 07.24.2013 | Arts
David Galenson

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A New Contemporary Art Museum in Poland

Daniel Grant | Posted 07.19.2013 | Arts
Daniel Grant

When we think of Poland, our associations are not altogether positive. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cracow has been attempting to provide the world with some newer, alternative images -- the work of active and internationally-attuned Polish artists.

Biography Accuses Famous Artist Of Nazi Ties

SPIEGEL ONLINE | Posted 05.20.2013 | Arts

Joseph Beuys spent his entire life dying, his widow once said. In January 1986, his heart did in fact stop beating. Urns with his ashes were committed...

The History of the Stick: Georg Herold's Path to Mastery

Bettina Gilois | Posted 07.08.2013 | Arts
Bettina Gilois

Georg Herold is the master of the material in the realm of the conceptual. As it all began with a stick, it has never lost its original conception.

Enjoy The Silence

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 07.27.2012 | Arts

Museums are no strangers to silence; in fact, like clockwork, a hush enshrouds the institutions from the entrance, allowing for a viewer's maximum med...

Trees, Art And Spirituality

Posted 03.14.2012 | Arts

From the Biblical paradise of the garden of Eden to the contemporary retreat from urban chaos, trees have long provided shelter, shade and natural won...

EVA & ADELE On Their Lifelong Collaboration

Posted 02.21.2012 | Arts

You've probably seen them at a gallery at some point, but then again, this Austro-German duo is arguably its own moving museum. Meet the living works ...

House Of The Future

VernissageTV | Posted 09.15.2011 | Arts
VernissageTV

In 2007, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Netherlands came into possession of the prototype of a quite spectacular piece of architecture: F...

Anselm Kiefer's Remembrance of Things Past

Spread ArtCulture | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Spread ArtCulture

2010-11-19-anselm.jpgAnselm Kiefer's new exhibition at Gagosian Gallery is a monochromatic forest with walls of flaking, mud-encrusted canvases that transports us into a world at times foreboding, at others, shamanic and mystical.

Matthew Day Jackson: Artist as Stuntman

Dorothy Spears | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Dorothy Spears

"We see ourselves in order to exist," states the narrator-host, in Matthew Day Jackson's new video In Search Of, a 30-minute mock TV show, modeled aft...

LOS ANGELES GALLERY EXHIBITS: September 23 - 29, PLAN ForYourArt

Bettina Korek | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
Bettina Korek

There has never been more worldwide attention on the creative culture of Los Angeles. Each Week, ForYourArt highlights select cultural offerings thr...

Victoria Bartlett's Visible Panty Line

Hellin Kay | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Hellin Kay

Victoria Bartlett's designs have a quiet subtlety and like the clothes themselves, an asymmetric view of the world that challenges conventional standards of what is sexy especially in regard to undergarments.

MUSEUM SPOTLIGHT: Wiley and the Beuys

Peter Frank | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Peter Frank

No question mark follows, turning the title into a rhetorical shrug - one that masks, or perhaps underscores, an urgent search for a sense to the world and the cosmos.

Plan ForYourArt April 30-May 2

Bettina Korek | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
Bettina Korek

"Through the Grapevine: Streams of Transit in Southern California's Great Pass" explores the stretch of land, from the far edge of Los Angeles to the Central Valley, that serves as an artery for the transit of goods and people,

The Mysterious Stonehenge on West 22nd Street

Nick Carr | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Nick Carr

I was walking north of 21st Street on Tenth Avenue when I noticed something odd: A pair of stones, each about three feet high and set into the concrete.