“Gallery of Lost Art | Tate”
The Tate recently sponsored a website called the “Gallery of Lost Art” as a way to keep a record of artworks that are ephemeral or have been destroyed, lost, stolen, or rejected.
“Politics as Performance, an Evolving Art”
Artist Tania Bruguera has created a sort of “full time performance art piece” in Corona, Queens where she provides services to immigrants as a gesture of solidarity with people living illegally in the United States.
“CRITICAL, SPATIAL: NATO THOMPSON AND EYAL WEIZMAN”
Eyal Weizman and Nato Thompson, writers and curators, discuss how fusing multiple disciplines generates changes in research methods, positions of power, and political aesthetics.
“Anish Kapoor’s house in London occupied by protesters”
Protesters associated with the Occupy movement took over an empty house in London owned by artist Anish Kapoor to hold a one-day arts festival in protest of the Olympics.