Author Archive

Editor’s Letter

Leonardo da Vinci’s scientific investigations find an echo in A.i.A.’s new section, The Exchange, as well as our digital newsletter The Program.

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Finding Our Feet

Paris-based Turkish artist Nil Yalter explores cultural displacement through videos, photo-collages, and installations.

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Dark Hauntology

Encasing animal bones and African artifacts in blocks of resin, Detroit-born Matthew Angelo Harrison evokes the legacy of colonialism and slavery.

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Mortal Remains

A museum show highlighting the fleshy, impastoed paintings of Hyman Bloom revives interest in an under-appreciated twentieth-century stalwart.

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Computer Leaders

Chinese artists respond to digital technology and new media in highly varied and surprising ways, intensifying the post-globalism identity debate.

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First Look

Sean J Patrick Carney profiles James Allister Sprang, who plays on the dual sense of “concrete” in his sculptural and auditiory works.

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The Brief

This month’s most notable exhibition openings, art fairs, biennials, awards, and museum appointments and acquisitions.

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Sightlines

Writer Ben Lerner tells us what’s on his mind.

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Backstory

Lee Ufan reveals the stormy beginnings of Mono-ha art, a striking contrast to its peaceful balance of natural and industrial forms.

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Criticism

Struggling to remain optimistic, A.i.A. contributing editor Raphael Rubinstein contemplates the past, present, and future of professional writing about art.

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