Curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev explores the idea of the postwar in an exhibition of two hundred artists spanning four thousand years of work.
This summer, painter Sam Messer, associate dean of the Yale School of Art, is curating a group show that masquerades as a retrospective of work by the fictional artist S, whose biography was written for the show by author Jonathan Safran Foer.
This week in NYC, author Jonathan Safran Foer fabricates a fictional artist for an exhibition, the Whitney Museum presents Sharon Hayes’ protest art, and the LUMEN Festival uses a mountain of salt as its backdrop. For more summer picks, check out ARTLOG’s Summer Art Guide.
Heavyweights like Rachel Whiteread, Sarah Morris, and Martin Creed have works in Luhring Augustine’s new group show, which benefits the pioneering curatorial program at Bard College.