Artist Regina Frank introduces our conversation with renowned video and performance artist Joan Jonas, an episode first released on June 5, 2012.
We introduce you to five artists whose primary medium is sound. Their diverse techniques and concepts demonstrate the versatility and power of sonic art.
New York-based artist Allison Zuckerman explains what drives her desire to distort conventions of female beauty and push art appropriation to a new high. In bright, bold collages, she mixes paint with pixels to create absurd and exaggerated hybrids—women claiming their presence and power in the world.
What will be the cultural impact of the new Tennessee Triennial for Contemporary Art when it premieres in 2021? Prospect New Orleans is a model for Tennessee, revealing what an expansive triennial art exhibition could mean for the State.
Jamaican-born artist Nadine Hall, introduces Diaspora Vibe: Art with Caribbean Roots, a personally significant episode from her Fresh Art playlist. First published on July 26, 2017, this segment reveals the complexity and diversity of contemporary art with roots in the Caribbean.
Come with us on a road trip from Texas to New Mexico and back. We take to the highway to find out how remote wide open spaces of the American Southwest inform and inspire art and design, curating and filmmaking.
How do contemporary art and film illuminate the Black Imagination? This segment from our archive explores some of the issues and ideas behind creative practices that re-imagine the Black experience.
Conceptual artist Charles Gaines talks about how he has addressed politics and race since the 1970s, through philosophy, abstraction and mathematics. In August 2019, Gaines receives the prestigious 60th Annual Edward MacDowell Medal.
The Art of the Eclipse revisits our live studio show from 2017 on Jolt Radio, in Miami. We begin with a conversation recorded in the abandoned Templehof airport in Berlin, a few years earlier. German artist Agnes Meyer Brandis describes her gravity experiments and explains how she raises moon geese. On air, our attention shifts back to Miami, a city in evacuation mode, just days before Hurricane Irma hits Florida. As we await the storm’s landfall, we remember communal experiences from the August 2017 solar eclipse, and introduce a set of cosmic science art films.
To honor the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing this July, we introduce Studio Drift, two artists whose poetic work points to the moon and stars. During NASA festivities, a special edition of their airborne art will lift off from the Rocket Garden at the Kennedy Space Center.