Art Stories

JR remembers Kobe Bryant

The artist and Phaidon author recalls a rendezvous with the sports star, who died in a helicopter crash yesterday JR remembers Kobe Bryant

Meet the Riot Grrrl video artist who upset older feminists

The founding curator of MoMA’s video program recalls how Cheryl Donegan and the MTV generation changed the visual arts Meet the Riot Grrrl video artist who upset older feminists

Martha Rosler is the video artist who sliced TV clichés to pieces

The founding curator of MoMA’s video program looks back on a media-art veteran and her place in identity politics Martha Rosler is the video artist who sliced TV clichés to pieces

Curator and Editor Michele Robecchi Picks his Favourite Affordable Works on Artspace

The man behind our Contemporary Artist Series picks out the works he likes most right now from the art-selling site Curator and Editor Michele Robecchi Picks his Favourite Affordable Works on Artspace

Frieze Los Angeles zooms in on video art

Next month's art fair draws on LA's moving-image heritage. If you're going, we have a book you should read first! Frieze Los Angeles zooms in on video art

INTERVIEW: Barbara London on the birth of video art

The founding curator of MoMA’s video program describes how Warhol and Bowie shaped the form, and how gallery staff have had to acquire old skool TV repair man skills to keep early works looking good INTERVIEW: Barbara London on the birth of video art

The singular thinking behind Stan Douglas’s two-screen show

Why has the artist chosen to create a film from two, parallel points of view? The answer may lie in our new Video Art book The singular thinking behind Stan Douglas’s two-screen show

So good they named it once? Harland Miller returns to York

The acclaimed British artist will stage his largest exhibition to date at York Art Gallery next month So good they named it once? Harland Miller returns to York

How Chanel and Peter Marino supersized Jean-Michel Othoniel

The French sculptor says the US architect's fashion commissions helped him work towards 'the monumental' How Chanel and Peter Marino supersized Jean-Michel Othoniel

All you need to know about Video/Art: The First Fifty Years

Get a detailed, authoritative first-hand account of the first half-century of this vital form, from one of its key figures All you need to know about Video/Art: The First Fifty Years

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