24 Hours in Seoul

In late May, a group from the New Museum traveled to Seoul, Korea, where we were invited to curate a one-night exhibition event. I tapped Lauren Cornell, Executive Director of Rhizome and Adjunct Curator… Read more

“Thomas Schütte: Frauen” at the Castello di Rivoli

Perfect is a much-abused word, but it accurately defines Thomas Schütte’s exhibition “Frauen” at the Castello di Rivoli, Turin. The show unfolds in the Castello’s most troublesome gallery, which… Read more

by Richard Flood, Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large
Thomas Schütte
Castello di Rivoli


Artist Tobias Rehberger En route to Kassel to visit Documenta 13 last month, a group of New Museum staff and supporters made a short detour to Frankfurt for a brief visit. Frankfurt may be better known… Read more

Documenta 13

Kassel’s Hauptbahnhof (the main train station) hosted projects that filled the storage areas, unused tracks, and administrative buildings with a range of works by international artists. One of the most… Read more

by Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator
William Kentridge
Haegue Yang
Sam Durant
Christian Philipp Müller

New Cities Summit 2012, Paris

Something is in the collective air—or rather, mankind is waking up to the reality that our population has doubled to seven billion since 1960, of which half have migrated to cities. Everyone, including… Read more

by Karen Wong, Deputy Director
New Cities Summit
Ted Prize
The City 2.0
Ricky Burdett
Saskia Sassen

Sarah Lucas at the Museo Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli

Sarah Lucas’s wonderful show is situated in the Museo Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli, Mexico City, a building designed by Diego Rivera and his friend, the architect Juan O’Gorman. Built to house Rivera’s… Read more

by Richard Flood, Director of Special Projects and Curator at Large
Sarah Lucas
Museo Diego Rivera-Anahuacalli
Diego Rivera
Juan O’Gorman
Mexico City
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