Tag Archives: hindsight

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Exclusive | Bruce Nauman’s Studio Routine

Art21 Exclusive

Exclusive | Bruce Nauman’s Studio Routine

In today’s “Exclusive,” filmed in 2000 at Bruce Nauman’s New Mexico studio, he explains his need to experiment with new materials and forms daily.

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Exclusive | Trenton Doyle Hancock, Ten Years Later

Art21 Exclusive

Exclusive | Trenton Doyle Hancock, Ten Years Later

In Art21’s latest “Exclusive,” artist Trenton Doyle Hancock talks about life changes and how his work has evolved.

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

A Brief History of Sacrifice

Gimme Shelter: Performance Now

A Brief History of Sacrifice

Columnist Marissa Perel considers the lives of four women who “emerged from a modernist, male-centered art world” and “redefined studio art.”

Sight Unseen: Tim Hetherington’s Portraits of the Blind

Sight Unseen: Tim Hetherington’s Portraits of the Blind

“Tim Hetherington frames the blind in a visual purgatory between extremes: posed or disturbed, drenched in light or enshrouded in darkness.”

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Exclusive | Robert Mangold and Sol LeWitt, Security Guards at MoMA

Art21 Exclusive

Exclusive | Robert Mangold and Sol LeWitt, Security Guards at MoMA

Robert Mangold on his friendship with the late Sol LeWitt and working as a security guard at the Museum of Modern Art in the 1960s.

Center Field: Art in the Middle

Heather Mekkelson and the Flood That Never Came

Center Field: Art in the Middle

Heather Mekkelson and the Flood That Never Came

Columnist Caroline Picard reflects on a 2008 installation by Heather Mekkelson and the stories of disaster conveyed by the artist’s distressed objects.

To Know Is to Touch and Be Touched

To Know Is to Touch and Be Touched

In her third post on the theme of hindsight, Danielle Sommer considers the “confusing” cataloguing system of German art historian Aby Warburg.

Hindsight

Hindsight

Danielle Sommer responds to the current theme on the Art21 Blog: “Hindsight is like an arrow, shot from our own time into another…”