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ROSELEE GOLDBERG — PERFORMANCE NOW

RoseLee Goldberg’s new large-format book on performance art—PERFORMANCE NOW—focuses on works made since 1999, when the art form made its move into museums, biennials, and art fairs. The volume includes six texts—”Performance as Visual Art,” “World Citizenship: Performance as Global Language,” “Radical Action: On Performance and Politics,” “Dance After Choreography, Off Stage: New Theatre,” and […]

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BRUCE NAUMAN — WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS

In conjunction with the New York installation of BRUCE NAUMAN—DISAPPEARING ACTS, on view now, Nauman’s WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS will be restaged at MOMA PS1 on Fridays and Saturdays for the next several weeks.   WALL/FLOOR POSITIONS Friday and Saturday, November 23 and 24, and continuing thereafter. 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm. […]

KLARA LIDÉN

Klara Lidén’s new video GROUNDING is now on view at Reena Spaulings. Daniel Garcia was the videographer, and Askar Brickmann wrote GROUNDING’s soundtrack.   KLARA LIDÉN—GROUNDING Through December 17. Reena Spaulings Fine Art, 165 East Broadway, New York City. Above: Klara Lidén. Below: Klara Lidén, Grounding, 2018. Image courtesy the artist and Reena Spaulings Fine Art.

LYLE ASHTON HARRIS

“I see myself involved in a project of resuscitation—giving life back to the black male body. I’m teasing at the multiplicities of black male experiences, exploring different subject positions, rather than just recycling the fantasy/projection of the available black stud. Part of the way I complicate this project is by including different representations of myself […]

BRIDGET RILEY — PAINTING NOW

“Painting Now” is the title and subject of a 1996 lecture by Bridget Riley advocating the continued—indeed, increasing—capacity and relevance of painting through all its evolutions. A new retrospective exhibition of Riley’s work from the last sixty years borrows that title and is now on view.   BRIDGET RILEY—PAINTING NOW Through January 26. Sprüth Magers, […]