MACP faculty members Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy and Sarah Demeuse mentioned in Blouin Artinfo's l

"Sneak Peek: What to See at arteBA 2017 in Buenos Aires" By Nicholas Forrest "The arteBA international art fair returns for its 26th edition in 2017 from May 24-27 at the La Rural exhibition venue in Palermo, Buenos Aires with a lineup of 90 galleries from 20 countries: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, France, Japan, Kosovo, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, the Dominican Republic, the United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The Main Section of this year’s fair will present 53 galleries selected by an autonomous committee. Fifteen of the galleries in the Main Section will present a special project involving up to three artists for the Special P

MACP faculty member and principal architect at Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Charles Renfro talks with C

"In Putin's Moscow, an Urban Wilderness Emerges" by Alex Alam "Architects Liz Diller and Charles Renfro talk about their latest high-profile commission, a weather-bending (and politically charged) city park in the heart of the Russian capital. At their hangar-like office in Manhattan, the architects Liz Diller and Charles Renfro click through a slideshow displaying enormous, fantastically shaped structures embedded into a hilly landscape. The renderings depict 32-acre Zaryadye Park in Moscow, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R), the studio they lead with partner Ricardo Scofidio. The celebrated architects enthusiastically describe the various cultural and civic amenities now under co

Steven Henry Madoff, Chair of SVA MA Curatorial Practice, to participate in a symposium organized by

"Reverie: Christopher Wilmarth, Before and After Mallarmé — A Symposium" Friday, May 19th, 2017 1:00pm - 4:00pm Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street Cambridge MA "In 1978, sculptor Christopher Wilmarth was asked by poet Frederick Morgan to recommend an illustrator for his translation of a group of seven poems by the French symbolist Stéphane Mallarmé. Wilmarth was so moved by the poetry that he offered to undertake the project himself. Wilmarth found a parallel to his own artistic sensibility in Mallarmé’s effort to purify language—to use it abstractly—so that it would not describe an object in any literal sense: “The essence of a work consists precisely in what is not expressed,” the po

Becky Nahom, MACP alumna and exhibition coordinator at iCI (Independent Curators International), int

INTERVIEW WITH MOSES SERUBIRI Becky Nahom: Publishing Against the Grain is a traveling exhibition that calls attention to the current state of publishing as it exists in small journals, experimental publications, websites, radio and other innovative forms. Independent Curators International (ICI) is producing this exhibition at a time when free speech has been called into question all over the world and therefore independent publishing becomes even more important as a means of open dialogue. The Trans-African is one of the projects included in Publishing Against the Grain, which is the initiative of Invisible Borders, an artist led organization based in Nigeria. Could you give a little backg

Congratulations to MACP Class of 2017!

Congratulations to our graduating fellows: Sanna Nadews, Valerie Amend, Patrick Jaojoco, Becky Nahom, Ikechukwu Casmir Onyewuenyi, Vera Petukhova, and Jovanna P. Venegas!

Vice's Broadly reviews "Sexual Fragments Absent," organized by MA Curatorial Practice

Exploring Black Women's Sexuality and BDSM in NYC's Oldest Dungeon by Larissa Pham The one-night-only art installation and performance "Sexual Fragments Absent" transformed Manhattan's oldest dungeon with emoji videos, disturbingly beautiful sculptures, and interactive play performances. On a monitor high above the space glowing with red light, a woman cuts her tights open to reveal her shaved pussy. She inserts an internal condom, then a speculum—the metal's glint exaggerated by sparkling gifs that dance playfully on the surface of the screen—and slowly begins to crank it open. You can see her stomach ripple as she breathes deeply, taking the extension, which surely must be painful; what

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