• Zana Briski

    This Earth Day, Talk to a Praying Mantis

    April 22, 2015  —  

    Academy Award-winning filmmaker and artist Zana Briski has spent the past 10 years documenting insects around the world. For Earth Day, Creative Time Reports features the intimate moments Briski has shared staring deeply into the eyes of praying mantises and other chitinous creatures.  More
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    The Poetics of Remembrance: Facing The Armenian Genocide

    April 21, 2015  —  

    This month Armenians around the world commemorate the centenary of the Armenian Genocide, in which Ottoman Turks massacred more than a million Armenians during the First World War. In this essay, artist Hakan Topal discusses the difficulties Turkish citizens face addressing a history their country continues to deny.  More
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    “The Real Ghetto”: JR Turns His Camera on a Paris Suburb

    April 14, 2015  —  

    Artist JR’s new film Les Bosquets, which premieres at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, centers on a run-down suburb of Paris that exploded in riots in 2005 and is still struggling to find its identity.  More
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    Unfixed Images: Remembering Lebanon’s Civil War

    April 13, 2015  —  

    Lebanon’s visual history is shaped by a violent past that continues to reverberate today. This series of photographs from the Arab Image Foundation, selected by artist and AIF member Lara Baladi, reflects the disparate but intersecting narratives that define the country’s past and present.  More
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    Taking Culinary Revenge on the Koch Brothers

    April 7, 2015  —  

    In this unconventional cooking video, produced in collaboration with the Delfina Foundation, artist Candice Lin transforms a classic Chinese dish into a metaphorical act of vengeance against conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch.  More
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    Editor’s Letter

    It has been five years since Occupy Wall Street burst onto the scene at Zuccotti Park in New York City’s financial district. In this month’s editor’s letter, Marisa Mazria Katz speaks with interdisciplinary artist Michael Mandiberg about FDIC Insured, an ongoing visual archive chronicling the failure of banks and subverting the banking system’s aesthetics of permanence and potency.

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