LONDON — British art's prestigious Turner Prize embraced the playful and the satirical Thursday, announcing a list of four finalists including a...
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If the AICA critics failed to recognize exhibitions that illuminated human consciousness as the catalyst to the creation of art, it is because narrative is not an acceptable approach to curation.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tate museums will showcase works by 19th and 20th century giants Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Edvard Munch as well as contempo...
1) Tino Sehgal's This Progress at the Guggenheim Museum
An exhibition that involves strolling the circular ramp of Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic New Y...
Is it possible for an institution to improvise? When I took off my clothes at MoMA, I hoped so.
Art critic, Jill Conner, shares her thoughts on online art criticism.
Tino Sehgal's exhibit creates 'constructed situations' - performance-based artworks where 'interpreters' approach the visitors and ask them questions that they choose to answer, thereby becoming part of the artwork.
The current exhibition at Guggenheim NY by London born Tino Sehgal blasts the museum paradigm to smithereens.
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