Jillian Steinhauer writes about art and politics and is a former senior editor of Hyperallergic.
Martha Rosler shows how the world really works.
Artists head to the desert to build a utopia. But does their work hold up in the real world?
Adrian Piper’s art plays with identity and confronts defensiveness.
By slicing through buildings in his art, Matta-Clark wanted to rescue them from neglect.
For more than 60 years, Schneemann fought against the way women's art is often dismissed.
At the Gagosian, the artist sets the table with bouquets present during international diplomacy.