Argentine artist Eduardo Navarro's sights are trained on the sky. Tomorrow he will initiate a three-day long series of performances on the High Line in New York titled We who spin around you, in which he invites the public to don masks and safely stare at the sun.Read more »
"Simone Leigh: The Waiting Room" at the New Museum is installed in an institution, but its implications extend far beyond the museum's walls. Leigh, a Chicago-born, New York-based artist, uses the exhibition (and her accompanying residency at the museum) to point to the artistry of everyday life.
Angolan-born, Belgium-based artist Nástio Mosquito replaces the religious iconography normally featured on stained glass windows with cartoon figures in his site-specific installation WEorNOT (Nastivicious' Temple #01), part of his solo exhibition "T.T.T. — Template Temples of Tenacity."