One of Performa's earliest Commission artists is currently on view in Portland and Des Moines
Catch some familiar Performa faces at this year's Whitney Biennial
Ed Atkins's program for Performa 13 heads to Scotland
A new live performance and a screening of Bliss, the Malcolm McLaren Award-winning performance
Rainer acknowledged for her lifetime of accomplishments by College Art Association
The Orchestra of Futurist Noise Intoners reviewed in The Wire (UK)
The Brooklyn Rail reports on the ongoing investigation of dance's role in the art market
In this video from the Performa 09 biennial, artist Mike Kelley introduces the Intonarumori and explains their impact on his own music making.
Performa 13 artist to open show March 6
Alexandre Singh's Performa Commission The Humans in exhibition at Sprüth Magers London now through March 29, 2014
Reflections on the life and legacy of the legendary writer
At the Pace Gallery in Chelsea, where Jay-Z was presenting his own take on Abramović’s piece—rapping for six hours in front of a rotating cast of art-world V.I.P.s—viewers’ primary response was to get up and dance.
A list of Performa artists included in Il Palazzo Enciclopedico and Venice pavilions.
Performa announces the dates for its landmark fifth biennial in New York City.
Performa's RoseLee Goldberg delivers the keynote address at the panel discussion organized by Experienz at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, 2013.
RoseLee Goldberg in conversation with Defne Ayas & Anthony Marcellini about the early days of the downtown artist community in New York.
Performa 09 Commission Mother Earth Sister Moon will be presented within the exhibition “The Splendour of Textiles” in Warsaw, Poland.
Performa 11 Commission battle of yestermore by artist iona ROZEAL brown will be present in a special FREE performance at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design.
With the leading lights of performance art about to hit Sydney, RoseLee Goldberg discusses its history and future with Sarah Kanowski.
Performa announces the Performa Pavilion, dedicated “national pavilions without walls” for the Performa Biennial, New York City.
The Performa Institute and NYU Steinhardt presented "Get Ready for the Marvelous" a groundbreaking conference exploring historical Surrealism in the African Diaspora and its relevance to contemporary art.