With summer now behind us, fall programming has kicked into full gear with galleries, museums, and cultural institutions staging new exhibitions curated to invoke thought and spark conversation. In the September issue of AN, our editors highlighted four exhibitions on view across the country, among these is a show examining AI, a survey of works by Kwong Von Glinow, artist Carlos Bunga’s meditation on human needs, and a staging of work from Mexican graphic designers. From large-scale sculptural pieces to image-forward designs, these exhibitions are feasts for the eyes and mind.
(Kira Xonorika) What Models Make Worlds: Critical Imaginaries of AI
Ford Foundation Gallery
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