[All photographs by John Hill – see more in my Flickr set on the exhibition.] Earlier in the week I got a preview of the MoMA exhibition Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955-1980, opening Sunday and running until July 19, 2015. The large-scale show, located on the museum’s sixth floor (where Le Corbusier: An Atlas […]
Over the weekend I watched Levitated Mass, a documentary on Michael Heizer’s rock sculpture of the same name that was moved in 2012 about 100 miles from a quarry east of Los Angeles to LACMA. While I appreciate that artwork for what it is, I am more fond of the large-scale works of Heizer, like […]
The Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts provides awards totaling $300,000.
Hillary Clinton, who will be replaced this month as secretary of state by John Kerry, writes about the Art in Embassies program.
Do the privileged control the arts, or are we all prejudiced wazzocks?
Heads accept elitism is an issue but blame poor arts provision and access in schools and lack of money to pay living wage.
The role of art in our society is undervalued by those in power. All this talk about privilege in the theatre diverts attention from failing Tory and Labour policies.
Here are a few wintry scenes for your Monday, President’s Day here in the United States. Centre of Excellence – York University, Glendon Campus by Daoust Lestage Architects, photographed by Riley Snelling: Housing Complex Zollikerstrasse by Gigon/Guyer, photographed by Andras Kiss: Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, photographed […]