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Coney Art Walls

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Coney Art Walls, a large-scale exhibition that opened in July and is open until September 6, has turned Coney Island into an outdoor museum of street art. Curated by Jeffrey Deitch and Joseph J. Sitt, the exhibition presents works by local and international artists, including Crash, Daze, Eine, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, … Read More

New Zealand’s Headland Sculpture on the Gulf

Waiheke, New Zealand – The seventh biennial Headland Sculpture on the Gulf event, which took place January 23 – February 15, 2015, featured a series of 31 site-specific sculptures along a scenic walkway and in the Headland Pavilion on New Zealand’s Waiheke Island. Started in 2003 by the Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Headland Sculpture on the Gulf included … Read More

News

Freedom of Panorama Under Threat

On July 9, 2015, European Parliament will vote on an amendment to a copyright reform report that would support restricting … Read More

Open Source Comes to Philadelphia

Philadelphia, Pa. – In October 2015, the citywide exhibition Open Source: Engaging Audiences in Public Space will bring large-scale temporary … Read More

Bloomberg Public Art Challenge Winners Announced

Bloomberg Philanthropies has announced the four winners in their Public Art Challenge. Each city will receive up to $1 million toward … Read More

Recent Projects

“36.5 / a durational performance with the sea”

Amsterdam — From 8:15 AM to 9:01 PM on August 10, New York-based artist and director Sarah Cameron Sunde stood … Read More

“The Home of My Eyes”

Baku, Azerbaijan (2015) – This summer The Home of My Eyes, by Iranian-born, New York–based artist Shirin Neshat, featured photo … Read More

UN Memorial to Victims of Slavery

New York, N.Y. – The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2015 to 2024 to be the International Decade for People … Read More

Books

The Work of Art in the World: Civic Agency and Public Humanities

College arts and humanities funding has declined, as many students, school administrators, and everyday citizens question the value of art … Read More

Creative Refuge

A new book sheds light on participatory art projects with children. Creative Refuge is part research catalog/part education manual from … Read More

Art & Place: Site-specific Art of the Americas

From Canada to Argentina, Art & Place: Site-specific Art of the Americas takes us on a powerful tour of some of the … Read More

Shop Talk

Report from the 2015 Public Art Network Preconference

Chicago, Ill. – The Public Art Network (PAN), a program of Americans for the Arts (AFTA), holds its annual gathering … Read More

Art with Story

My gutter curator life in New York during the exploding experimentation of expressionism in the 1980s was followed by an … Read More

Service and Art

Both engaged Buddhism and engaged art found fertile ground in the United States during the 1960s, a politically charged era … Read More