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In Guggenheim exhibition, Jenny Holzer grapples with the post-internet world she helped inspire

A lacklustre show begs the question: can Holzer survive the scrutiny that her institutional exaltation invites in 2024?

Marlborough Gallery ends historic run with gloriously unhinged Martin Eder show

For anyone who ever wondered what Dolores Umbridge’s 2004 MySpace page might have looked like, Eder has the answer

Harold Cohen's pioneering AI works provide essential context for conversations about generative art

The Whitney Museum of American Art is spotlighting the late art and technology innovator's prescient "AARON" series

What the latest US court ruling means for AI-generated art’s copyright status

A judge said the absence of a “guiding human hand” disqualified the AI-generated image from copyright protection, but other generative art may still qualify