New Video: Krzysztof Wodiczko Amplifies the Voices of Refugees

In a new film from our “Extended Play” series, Krzysztof Wodiczko describes his 2020 site-specific commission for Madison Square Park in New York City, “Monument.”

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From the Executive Director: Meriem Bennani Mixes Humor and Politics, Sculpture and Film

Executive director and chief curator Tina Kukielski delivers a dispatch of Art21’s latest on-goings.

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New Video: Hiwa K Has an Affair with Knowledge

In a new film from our Extended Play series, Hiwa K discusses his desire to make artwork that is understandable to a wide audience.

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New Video: Louise Despont Draws from Experiences in Bali

In a new film from our “New York Close Up” series, Louise Despont, a New York-born artist now working in Bali, shares how her adopted island home shapes her intensive practice, informing the devotional, meditative, and fragile elements of her drawings.

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New Video: Stephanie Syjuco Navigates Tropes of American History

In a new film from our “Extended Play” series, Stephanie Syjuco navigates the deeply embedded visual tropes of American history applied in her practice.

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New Video: Aki Sasamoto Grapples with Control and Chaos

In a new film from our “New York Close Up” series, sculptor and performance artist Aki Sasamoto grapples with the tension between control and chaos

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Announcing Our Third and Final Wave of 2019 Film Programming

Six new films are featured in Art21’s third and final wave of 2019 film programming, starting with two new releases available to watch today. New films will premiere bi-weekly on Wednesdays through October 30.

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New Videos: Marcel Dzama Collaborates with Raymond Pettibon and Amy Sedaris

In a pair of new films from our “Extended Play” series, Marcel Dzama demonstrates the collaborative side of his drawing and filmmaking practices.

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New Video: Olafur Eliasson Offers Trust to the Viewer

In a new film from our “Extended Play” series, Olafur Eliasson invites viewers to project their own subjective context onto the reading of his artwork.

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New films are here: Five premieres every other Wednesday through April 1. Tune in.