Weekly Watchlist: Of Monuments and Memorials

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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Weekly Watchlist: What Does History Sound Like?

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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Weekly Watchlist: Portraying the Black American Experience

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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From the Executive Director: What Happens When Nature Is Off Limits?

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

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Weekly Watchlist: Remembering Susan Rothenberg (1945–2020)

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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New Video: Jes Fan Treads Between Beauty and Grotesque

In a new film from our “New York Close Up” series, Jes Fan walks the fine line between the beautiful and the grotesque, creating sculptures which simultaneously attract and repulse.

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Weekly Watchlist: Revisiting Oakland’s Creative Growth Art Center

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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Event: Film Premiere and Conversation with Jes Fan

Join us from home for the world premiere of the latest film from our New York Close Up series, featuring artist Jes Fan.

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Weekly Watchlist: Eight Films to Encourage Spontaneity

A weekly digest of things to watch, read, and hear from the comforts of your home, selected by Art21-featured artists and Art21 staff.

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From the Executive Director: Finding Love in Art and Art Making

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

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Now streaming, full segments from the new season of Art in the Twenty-First Century, dubbed “the uniformly excellent television series on contemporary art” by the Los Angeles Times. Watch now.