performance art

The Brazilian poet, essayist, and art critic Ferreira Gullar is credited with writing the original Neo-Concrete Manifesto. It was also Gullar who first identified a need to react against the rigidity…
As usual, a dynamic host of exhibitions spotlighting queer artists are available throughout the month and beyond. To help you cut through the noise, Art & Object has assembled this shortlist of…
This marks the first survey in the UK of the work of American artist and the first major exhibition since her death. The exhibition charts Schneemann's radical work around her own body, often…
Illinois-born dancer Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) took Paris by storm in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She was famous throughout both North America and Europe for her groundbreaking…
At 130 pounds, Brie Ruais is equal in weight and material substance to her collaborator: clay. Each work they embark on involves pulling out the partner’s guts and pushing them into a shape.
The upcoming exhibition Assembly Required features eight artists who engage the public as co-producers of their artworks. Visitors are invited to build, use, and shape the works of art both…
On Thursday, October 14, one of Banksy’s most iconic artworks—a self-destructive piece entitled Love is in the Bin—sold for triple its high estimate at $25,383,941 (£18,582,000), setting a new record…
As American states levy an unprecedented amount of anti-trans bill proposals, the art of drag is gaining traction. We’ve rounded up artists who, whether working in drag or drag adjacent, have…