Tag: collectives

The Godzilla collective’s fight for Asian American artists – ARTnews.com

Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network 1990–2001 is the first anthology of writings and contextual materials chronicling the eponymous collective’s extensive art projects, curatorial activities, and critical discourse. Formed in New York in 1990 by artists Ken Chu, Bing Lee, Margo Machida, and others, and eventually growing into a national network of some 2,000 members, Godzilla brought a spirit of urgency to a late twentieth-century ...

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The Turner Prize Turns Toward Art Collectives, and Other News – SURFACE

The Design Dispatch offers expertly written and essential news from the design world crafted by our dedicated team. Think of it as your cheat sheet for the day in design delivered to your inbox before you’ve had your coffee. Subscribe now.  Have a news story our readers need to see? Submit it here. This year’s Turner Prize’s shortlist consists entirely of socially engaged art collectives. Following ...

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Turner Prize Shortlists Five Artist Collectives for 2021 Award – ARTnews.com

Tate Britain has announced another update to its esteemed Turner Prize, which has undergone changes over the past two years and is considered the most prestigious art award in the United Kingdom. Typically, the museum shortlists four individual artists. This year, it has instead shortlisted five artist collectives: Array Collective, Black Obsidian Sound System, Cooking Sections, Gentle/Radical, and Project Art Works. As part of ...

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New Art 321 show spotlights diverse Wyoming artist collectives

A new exhibit at Art 321 showcases the work of several Wyoming collectives and will be on display through January. (Courtesy)CASPER, Wyo. – An ambitious new exhibit showcasing the work from six Wyoming artist collectives opened this week at Art 321. Art 321 executive director Tyler Cessor says it’s among the largest shows they’ve produced in both the number of artists and their significance. ...

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