“Ghosts in the Machine” surveys the constantly shifting relationship between humans, machines, and art through the work of over seventy artists.
Queer theology, feminist theology, and a host of new theological movements have transformed American religions but they have done little to disrupt the political economies of otherness. In a culture that is at once deeply spiritual and ideologically secular,… Read more
Graham Lambkin (b. 1973) first entered the public consciousness in 1993 when he formed his band The Shadow Ring, in Folkestone, England. The band was memorable and built a rabidly passionate fan base because of its sui generis approach, blending elements… Read more
As transgender issues, artists, and theory have received greater recognition in contemporary art discourses and institutions since the 2000s, activist Reina Gossett and art historian Jeannine Tang will discuss the role of art and artists in recent movement… Read more
Join New Museum staff on Thursday June 7, 2012, for a professional development seminar for high school teachers including a morning gallery tour and lecture on the exhibition “Ellen Altfest: Head and Plant” with New Museum Associate Curator Jenny… Read more
Co-presented with PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art (MIT Press). John Jesurun, Joe Scanlan, Michael Smith, and Elisabeth Subrin join moderator Paul David Young in conversation. In a startling turn in the visual arts, which once used the word “theater”… Read more
For “Sketchy Walk” participants will meet at a historic and still-active cruising point on the Bowery. They will singly explore both anachronistic and current urban symbols and rituals that facilitate sexual encounters. Betancurth and Shalom will… Read more
Maya Lin has been selected as this year’s featured Visionary. The Visionaries Series at the New Museum, supported by the Stuart Regen Visionaries Fund, honors leading international thinkers in the fields of art, architecture, design, and related disciplines… Read more