Author Archives: By HOLLAND COTTER
“Surround Audience,” organized by Ryan Trecartin and Lauren Cornell, features artists crossing borders and worried about what’s to come.
Resurfaced photographs by Susan Bee show how her interests shifted increasingly toward painting.
The Buddha-as-monk is a recurrent image in this Asia Society exhibit, which acknowledges the complexities of Myanmar cultural history and the yawning gaps in information available about the country.
This show examines a range of protest art, from Pussy Riot to a video in which neo-Nazis harass gay-pride demonstrators in Serbia and Croatia.
The Nigerian Modernist artist Uche Okeke has a show of drawings at the Skoto Gallery.
Mango madness pervaded Chinese culture in 1968.
The deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown sparked angry protests in the streets that are now immortalized in art.