AJO readers respond to the pandemic in words, sound, and images
Brian Whitener on the art of collective transformation.
How the materiality of clay mirrors the body
Fred Eversley traces his prolific career from scientific engineer to Light and Space sculptor
Two scholars discuss the place of personal history in the field
Is there life after annihilation?
Exploring space, sound, and radical silence in installation art
The PPE Portrait Project builds trust between patients and health-care workers during COVID-19
Art historians Risham Majeed and Blake Bradford offer a proxy visit to three still-new sites dedicated to African American history
This roundtable conversation among Iranian gallerists, available in English and in Persian, explores the politics and particularities of gallery ownership in Tehran
Elizabeth Rodini discusses World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts across the Indian Ocean with one of the exhibition’s curators, Allyson Purpura. The conversation focuses on object kinship and adjacency, a strategy that enables a resistance to “the stasis and fixity of exhibitions”
Caitlin Masley-Charlet sits down with artist Elisabeth Smolarz to discuss Smolarz’s recent residencies and projects, and the importance of failure, artistic community, and cross-pollination between practitioners