Season 4 artist Alfredo Jaar discusses the latest installation of “A Logo for America,” coming this summer to London’s Piccadilly Circus.
Curator Michelle Millar Fisher discusses the double-life forced on professionals pressured to appear wholly dedicated to the job.
Portland artist Damien Gilley discusses movement & perception in his installations, designed around a single viewpoint where the work completes itself.
Scholar Arlene Davila uncovers an ugly truth in the art world and society at large: diversity is not the same as the lack of racism.
In Lebanese artist Randa Mirza’s series “El-Zohra Was Not Born in a Day,” delicate dioramas speak quiet truths about ancient Arabian stories.
Artist Joy Garnett recounts her personal experience with copyright law, and shares valuable resources for artists looking to protect their own work.
Ali Fitzgerald investigates artist projects that uncover the inherent biases of institutions—especially when reckoning with a history of colonization.
In this extended interview, author Darryl Pinckney discusses characters caught between conflicting identities and locales in his latest novel “Black Deutschland.”
In this personal essay, artist Iké Udé discusses the development of illusion in his work from the 1990s to today.
In this essay, ART21/CUE Writer-in-Residence Rachel Heidenry explores the process and motivations behind the exhibition “Erin Dunn: Oceanic Dancer.”
Seattle artist Dave Kennedy shares the motivations behind his photographic collages that investigate perceptions of urban spaces.
How wild is the wilderness? Rachel Gagnon investigates how our experiences in nature are interpreted by artists and mediated by government agencies.
ART21/CUE Writer-in-Residence Rachel Heidenry explores the zoetrope, a historical predecessor to GIFs.
ART21 Magazine’s latest contributor reviews two concurrent exhibitions of work by Rodney McMillian on view in New York City.
Guest editor and director of El Museo del Barrio introduces the theme of our new issue, “Illusion,” through his current exhibition “The Illusive Eye.”
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