Queer Art Workers Reflect: Julieta Salgado Is Dancing and Celebrating as Much as She’s Protesting

LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them. Dessane Lopez CassellJune 29, 2020 The month of June is a time to celebrate LGBTQ communities. It’s a moment to reflect on the… More Queer Art Workers Reflect: Julieta Salgado Is Dancing and Celebrating as Much as She’s Protesting

Aesthetica Archives: Documentary Photography

Tate describes documentary photography as: “a style of photography that provides a straightforward and accurate representation of people, places, objects and events, and is often used in reportage.” Aesthetica selects five examples from the archives, expanding upon this definition through architectural images, portraits and conceptual projects. These features provide a window into experiences across the globe. Oliver Wainwright, Inside… More Aesthetica Archives: Documentary Photography

As San Francisco Art Institute Faces Likely Closure, This Gallery Is a Time Capsule of Student Work

As the future of art in San Francisco feels ever more precarious, Darryl Smith’s collection is a striking window into a different time. Theadora WalshJune 29, 2020 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, New Mexico — The 801 gallery, in the city of Truth or Consequences (known as T or C), sits across from a chain-link fenced cemetery.… More As San Francisco Art Institute Faces Likely Closure, This Gallery Is a Time Capsule of Student Work

Artists Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Ongoing Protests in Massive Outdoor Exhibition Across New York City

BY MAXIMILÍANO DURÓN June 29, 2020 1:05pm VIEW GALLERY10 Images A new exhibition across the five boroughs of New York City will showcase what local artists have been creating during the coronavirus lockdown. Beginning today, that exhibition, titled “Art on the Grid” and organized by Public Art Fund, features works by 50 New York–based artists, some of… More Artists Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Ongoing Protests in Massive Outdoor Exhibition Across New York City

The Art of Distance No. 15

By The Paris Review June 29, 2020 THE ART OF DISTANCE n March, The Paris Review launched The Art of Distance, a newsletter highlighting unlocked archive pieces that resonate with the staff of the magazine, quarantine-appropriate writing on the Daily, resources from our peer organizations, and more. Read Emily Nemens’s introductory letter here, and find the latest unlocked archive pieces below. “As we move… More The Art of Distance No. 15

What Do René Magritte’s Dreamlike Paintings Mean? Five Curators Offer Their Analyses

BY CLAIRE SELVIN June 29, 2020 3:34pm The otherworldly, madcap scenes that the Belgian surrealist René Magritte painted have baffled and amazed art historians for nearly a century. Magritte’s works often strike an uncanny balance of eeriness and tranquility, horror and whimsy, with apples, bowler hats, obscured or disjointed faces, and tufty clouds among his most… More What Do René Magritte’s Dreamlike Paintings Mean? Five Curators Offer Their Analyses

ARTnews in Brief: New York Institutions Form Latinx/POC Arts Consortium—and More from June 29, 2020

BYTessa Solomon, Claire SelvinJune 29, 2020 5:27pm Monday, June 29  NYC Institutions Form Latinx/POC Arts ConsortiumEight New York City–based arts organizations have formed the Latinx/POC Arts Legacy Consortium in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The consortium—comprised of the Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance, Bronx Documentary Center, Caribbean Cultural Center and African Diaspora Institute, El Museo del Barrio, Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, The Clemente Soto… More ARTnews in Brief: New York Institutions Form Latinx/POC Arts Consortium—and More from June 29, 2020

Nacho Duato: «Cuando monto un clásico me siento un poco como si me estuviera prostituyendo»

El coreógrafo valenciano ha sido galardonado con el Premio Max de Honor, que recibirá en septiembre en Málaga Julio Bravo SEGUIR Conserva Nacho Duato (Valencia, 1957) su postura erguida y su actitud distante, naturales en él, lo mismo que su tono calmado y sus maneras educadas. El coreógrafo recibirá el próximo 7 de septiembre en… More Nacho Duato: «Cuando monto un clásico me siento un poco como si me estuviera prostituyendo»

La información que el Ejército le negó a familia de soldado desaparecida Vanessa Guillén

El abogado deberá buscar «por otro lado» FOTO: CORTESÍA Por:Redacción | 28 de Junio 2020 Aunque personal del Ejército han estado en contacto directo con la familia de la soldado desaparecida Vanessa Guillén, dichas autoridades negaron información importante sobre el caso. El abogado de la familia solicitó fechas, horarios, nombres de agentes, entre otra información, pero la… More La información que el Ejército le negó a familia de soldado desaparecida Vanessa Guillén

¿Dónde está Vanessa Guillén? Todo lo que se sabe hasta ahora del caso de la soldado hispana desaparecida

Decenas de mujeres exmilitares han alzado la voz para denunciar abusos en el seno del Ejército FOTO: GUSTAVO RANGEL / IMPREMEDIA Por:Telemundo | 29 de Junio 2020 Por Francesco Rodella ¿Dónde está Vanessa Guillén? Los interrogativos sobre la desaparición de la joven soldado latina, desaparecida desde el pasado 22 de abril de la base de Fort Hood, Texas, todavía son… More ¿Dónde está Vanessa Guillén? Todo lo que se sabe hasta ahora del caso de la soldado hispana desaparecida

Twitch suspende cuenta de Trump por llamar “violadores” a mexicanos

La plataforma de streaming de videos aseguró que el discurso de odio de Trump en sus discursos viola sus políticas FOTO: EFEPor:Redacción | 29 de Junio 2020 La plataforma de streaming de videos Twitch suspendió temporalmente la cuenta del presidente Donald Trump al asegurar que sus discursos de odio violan sus políticas ya que durante un discurso llamó “violadores” a los… More Twitch suspende cuenta de Trump por llamar “violadores” a mexicanos