Phil Rabovsky (AP '18) is showing work with Lane Sell in "Too Late: The European Can^non is Here" opening Friday, March 24 at Shoestring Press in Brooklyn.
Tyler Green interviews AP faculty member Dara Birnbaum for the Modern Art Notes Podcast.
Robin Winters (AP Faculty) is represented by Vilma Gold at the 2017 Armory Show, open through March 5 in booth 814.
Alexandra Hammond (AP '15) is showing work in "The Apprentices," opening Thursday, March 2 at The Hollows in Brooklyn.
Sarah G. Sharp (AP Faculty) is showing a new textile piece, video and recent prints in "Fata Morgana" at the Spring/Break Art Show. February 28 - March 6, 4 Times Square.
Anthony Hawley (AP '14) writes in Hyperallergic about art in the age of Trump and his own "Drawings for Donald" series.
Christine Stiver (AP '17) will present work and perform as a dancer in "Relate, Ruminate Root" at Church on the Square, Canton Baltimore, this Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25.
Ben Quesnel (AP '17) is showing work in "Circadian Rhythm in Dark Matter" at Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery through February 28.
In support of "National Mythstory," an exhibition of work by AP alum Bryan Moor, the Student Union Building and the University Art Curator are hosting a speaker series centered on Civil Discourse on Politics and Art. A conversation will take place Thursday, February 2, 2017, 6:00-7:30 PM, in the Boise State Student Union Building, Hatch Ballroom, Room C.
Bradford Kessler (AP '13) has a solo show in Paris at the Valentin Gallery from Jan 7 – March 11.
Conversations: Art + Ideas
AP faculty member Tim Rollins responds to the AP Questionnaire.
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve writes about fellow Art Practice faculty Robin Winters’ current exhibition at Present Company, in Brooklyn, New York.
Alexis Rockman in conversation with Bryan Anthony Moore
In her contribution to the catalog for the upcoming exhibition “Highways and Rest Stops: Passages in Current Practice,” co-curator Jacquelyn Strycker discusses the ontology and imagination of the American highway.
In her contribution to the catalog for the upcoming exhibition “Highways and Rest Stops: Passages in Current Practice,” co-curator Allison Hewitt Ward explores the history, architecture and anthropology of highway rest stops in the United States. Juxtaposing the distinct theories of space and place presented by Marc Augé and Michel Foucault, she proposes a dual character for rest stops as both non-places and spaces of representation