Tag Archives: Tania Bruguera


Following Censorship Allegations, Aichi Triennale Reopens Controversial Exhibition, Puts Back on View Works Removed by Artists


Artists Demand Removal of Work from Aichi Triennale Following Censorship Controversy


Aichi Triennale Artists Decry ‘Censorship’ of Exhibition, Saying Public Was ‘Robbed’ of Discussion


‘Not Just Shaming Filthy Rich Bastards’: Panel Talk in New York Tackles Power and Politics in Art


2018: The Year in Review

The Year in Protest: From the Met to Chapel Hill to Kochi and Beyond


Mission Accomplished?: As Mainstream Art Museums Rush to Diversify, What is the Role of Culturally Specific Museums Working for a Cause?


Tania Bruguera, Coco Fusco, More Pen Open Letter Regarding Cuban Decree They Say Limits Artists’ Rights

Pictures at an Exhibition


From the Archives: On Tania Bruguera’s Provocative, Political Art, in 2004

Event Horizon: Art Happenings Around New York

9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

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115 Years: What They Said


Summer Preview: Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World

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A New Future from the Passed: Lynn Hershman Leeson Comes into Her Own After 50 Years of Prophetic Work