Sharon Hayes’ current solo show at the Whitney Museum illuminates the psychological intensity of history and the political capacity of the personal.
A donation of €150,000,000 worth of modern art is causing headaches for Berlin’s cultural authorities. With so little museum space and so much to show, curators and administrators are being asked to choose whether to display old masters or twentieth century icons.
Nowhereisland, an island nation, is being pulled around Britain by a tugboat, challenging normative conceptions of territory and state. The project, however lacks substance.
Shamus Khan postulates that elitism is no longer expressed by enjoying highbrow arts, but rather by indulging a wide range of cultural preferences, from cheap Chinese food to Tchaikovsky.