Tag Archives: 9/11


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Filzanzug (Felt Suit), by Joseph Beuys.


COURTESY THE TATE

‘It’s the Ghost of Joseph Beuys!’ A Walkthrough at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Opening today, Mitchell-Innes & Nash presents an exhibition of Fluxus artist Joseph Beuys’s multiples from the collection of Reinhard Schlegel—the largest collection of Beuys multiples ever shown in New York, featuring over 500 works dated between the early 60s to … Read More


Features

How Can You Think About Making Art at a Time Like This?

Artists respond to the World Trade Center tragedy. Artists respond to the World Trade Center tragedy. Read More


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Aftershocks

From death and displacement to questioning the role of artists and museums in the face of devastation to the loss of $100 million worth of art—the repercussions continue. Read More


Features

Views of the Void

Looking at the twin towers’ legacy—and what to put in their place. Looking at the twin towers’ legacy—and what to put in their place. Read More


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From the Editor and Publisher

When William Faulkner was told that he had won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1950, he gratefully accepted the prize but said he would not be able to attend the official ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden. “I doubt if I … Read More