Secreted away in the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center, an award-winning photographer shoots extreme poverty and extreme violence.
You see a Facebook profile page, results from a Google Image search, or a YouTube video reel. Ken Solomon sees a work of art.
MoMA’s retrospective Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan is the largest exhibit of the artist’s work outside of Italy to date. An early member of the anti-establishment art movement Arte Povera, Boetti used preexisting objects and symbols to create playful conceptual art.
Go behind the scenes with ten obsessive filmmakers, including Ed Harris, Todd Haynes, Alfred Hitchcock, Ennio Morricone, and Hilary Swank.
If you see nothing, say something.
MOCA’s current exhibition, Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, is the first attempt by a museum to thematically organize and display Land Art, a movement closely associated with Robert Smithson in which the physical landscape becomes the artistic medium.