Tag: Roslyn Bernstein

Roslyn Bernstein: Between Underground and Above

April 2014

After a burst of Western interest in the mid-90s, and amid a complex system of government censorship, Vietnam’s contemporary art scene comes into its own.

Roslyn Bernstein: Everything Grows

January 2014

Inside Wangechi Mutu’s A Fantastic Journey.

Roslyn Bernstein: Walker Evans’s American Photographs

August 2013

At the Museum of Modern Art, Evans’s iconic photographs are seen in a new, fuller context.

Roslyn Bernstein: The Photography of Allen Ginsberg

February 2013

The best minds of a generation captured on a thirteen-dollar Kodak Retina.

Roslyn Bernstein: Frank Moore’s Dark Thoughts

November 2012

"Toxic Beauty," a retrospective at NYU’s Grey Gallery, brings together the writing and visual work of an extraordinarily socially engaged artist.

Roslyn Bernstein: Okwui Enwezor Traces the Struggle of Apartheid

October 2012

A visit with the curator of “Rise and Fall of Apartheid” shows how photographers revealed South Africans’ struggles to the world.

Roslyn Bernstein: Report from Berlin – Artists, Studios, and History

July 2012

How Berlin's past shapes its present and future as an artist base.

Roslyn Bernstein: “Art Und Press”

June 2012

A new exhibit uses newspapers as instruments of art and manipulation, and shows that in our media, there is no escaping murder and mayhem.

Roslyn Bernstein: Spying on Reality

May 2012

Larry Abramson reflects on Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and the upcoming 45th anniversary of the Six-Day War.