Creative Time


  • Trevor Paglen’s The Last Pictures is going into outer space this fall

    August 7, 2012

    Twenty-four thousand miles above our heads, a ring of man-made satellites circle the Earth, transmitting our television signals, routing our telephone calls, and processing our credit card transactions. Amidst these myriad spacecraft, an artwork will be mounted to the hull of the communications satellite EchoStar XVI, scheduled to launch into outer space in September 2012.

  • Living as Form: The Nomadic Version

    August 6, 2012

    The expanded, traveling iteration of Living as Form—our 20 year survey of social practice projects around the world—continues on the road this Fall, with stops in California, Ohio, Indiana, Israel, and Western Sahara.

  • What we love: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s The Murder of Crows

    August 5, 2012

    Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s The Murder of Crows is currently on view until September 9 at Park Avenue Armory.

  • T-minus three days until the end of Space Program: Mars

    July 14, 2012

    Don’t miss your chance to visit Mars! This Sunday, June 17, is the last day of Tom Sachs’s SPACE PROGRAM: MARS exhibition at Park Avenue Armory, the show that’s “putting the blast in blastoff” and marks “one of the biggest public art events of the year.”

  • Endurance demonstration, this Saturday

    July 12, 2012

    This Saturday, June 16, Sachs and his studio team will conduct a real-time Endurance Demonstration of theSPACE PROGRAM: MARS Flight Plan from 12PM to 11PM.