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Dia is excited to announce Artist Playlists, a new weekly series of music curated by artists. Our first playlist from Ca...
05/04/2020

Dia is excited to announce Artist Playlists, a new weekly series of music curated by artists. Our first playlist from Carl Craig launches today and brings together music that has had a deep impact on Craig over the years, particularly drawing from the music scenes of his hometown of Detroit. Craig’s exhibition “Party/After-Party” at Dia Beacon is now extended through summer 2021.

Listen to the playlist on Dia’s Spotify account or find out more here: https://diaart.org/program/artist-playlists

“I’ve always been interested in the power of art. Artists know that: that’s why they trust me.” —Germano Celant, 1940-20...
04/29/2020

“I’ve always been interested in the power of art. Artists know that: that’s why they trust me.” —Germano Celant, 1940-2020

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspect...
04/26/2020

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspective of their colleagues and peers. Each year artists are invited to give informal lectures, talks, or other presentations focused on a single artist represented in Dia’s permanent collection, exhibitions, or programming. Today we are featuring the video recording of Jennie C. Jones on Agnes Martin.

Watch here: https://www.diaart.org/media/watch-listen/video-jennie-c-jones-on-agnes-martin/media-type/video

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspect...
04/23/2020

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspective of their colleagues and peers. Each year artists are invited to give informal lectures, talks, or other presentations focused on a single artist represented in Dia’s permanent collection, exhibitions, or programming. Today we are featuring the video recording of Kara Walker on Andy Warhol.

Watch here: https://diaart.org/media/watch-listen/video-kara-walker-on-andy-warhol/media-type/video

#DiaRecommends Artists Spaceweekly Segue Reading Series. Join the conversations via Zoom on Saturdays at 5pm. This Satur...
04/22/2020

#DiaRecommends Artists Spaceweekly Segue Reading Series. Join the conversations via Zoom on Saturdays at 5pm. This Saturday will feature readings by Bob Perelman and Shane McCrae.

Learn more: https://artistsspace.org/home

Inaugurated in 1995, Dia’s series of Artist Web Projects is the longest-running program of this kind in the United State...
04/15/2020

Inaugurated in 1995, Dia’s series of Artist Web Projects is the longest-running program of this kind in the United States, commissioning artists to create original projects for the internet. Today we are featuring Glenn Ligon’s “Annotations.” In the project, Ligon brings an interest in questions of juxtaposition, collage, and the accidental to his ongoing practice of exploring issues of historical memory and the construction of race.

To explore, visit: https://diaart.org/program/artistswebprojects/glenn-ligon-annotations-web-project/

#DiaRecommends The Kitchen Broadcast. The Kitchen has invited artists to reach out from their homes through any form the...
04/14/2020

#DiaRecommends The Kitchen Broadcast. The Kitchen has invited artists to reach out from their homes through any form they see fit every Tuesday & Thursday at 6pm.

Learn more: https://thekitchen.org/event/broadcast-week-3

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspect...
04/13/2020

Established in 2001, the Artists on Artists Lecture Series highlights the work of contemporary artists from the perspective of their colleagues and peers. Each year artists are invited to give informal lectures, talks, or other presentations focused on a single artist represented in Dia’s permanent collection, exhibitions, or programming. Today we are featuring the video recording of Senga Nengudi on Joan Jonas.

Watch here: https://diaart.org/media/watch-listen/video-senga-nengudi-on-joan-jonas/media-type/video

Dia is excited to announce a new blog that will bring together original content featuring the artists and artworks that ...
04/03/2020

Dia is excited to announce a new blog that will bring together original content featuring the artists and artworks that are at the core of the institution. Each week, we will feature new posts on Dia’s Artist Web Projects, exhibitions, and public programs over the years, as well as poetry, prompts from artists, and more. Visit www.diaart.blog to follow along.

Though our doors are currently closed, you can continue to support Dia Beacon café and its sister restaurant on Beacon’s...
03/31/2020

Though our doors are currently closed, you can continue to support Dia Beacon café and its sister restaurant on Beacon’s Main Street @homespunfoodsbeacon with the purchase of a gift card.⁣

To purchase, email [email protected].⁣⁣

Inaugurated in 1995, Dia’s series of Artist Web Projects is the longest-running program of its kind in the United States...
03/26/2020

Inaugurated in 1995, Dia’s series of Artist Web Projects is the longest-running program of its kind in the United States, commissioning artists to create original projects for the internet. Today we are featuring Shannon Ebner’s “Language is Wild.” Ebner is most frequently identified with photography-based works that mine the meaning and form of language.

To explore, visit: https://diaart.org/program/artistswebprojects/shannon-ebner-language-is-wild-web-project/

“Nature does not proceed in a straight line, it is rather a sprawling development.” —Robert Smithson⁣
03/24/2020

“Nature does not proceed in a straight line, it is rather a sprawling development.” —Robert Smithson⁣

While our indoor artwork sites and programmatic locations in Beacon, New York City, and Long Island are temporarily clos...
03/18/2020

While our indoor artwork sites and programmatic locations in Beacon, New York City, and Long Island are temporarily closed, our online resources are available to enjoy at home. We’ll be sharing a selection of highlights each week from our ongoing Artist Web Projects program and from our extensive digital archive of past public programs including Artists on Artists, Dia Talks, and Readings in Contemporary Poetry.⁣

Follow along: diaart.org

In order to support the health and well-being of our visitors and staff, and in-line with recommendations from public he...
03/13/2020

In order to support the health and well-being of our visitors and staff, and in-line with recommendations from public health officials regarding COVID-19, as of March 13, 2020, Dia is temporarily closing its indoor artist sites and programmatic spaces in Beacon, Long Island, and New York City – Dia Beacon, Dia Bridgehampton, The New York Earth Room, and The Broken Kilometer. Public programs at Dia’s locations and sites are canceled or postponed through March 31.

Dia continues to closely monitor the evolving situation and updates will be posted to diaart.org.

Nancy Holt’s “Sun Tunnels” (1973–76) is located in the Great Basin Desert in northwestern Utah. Composed of four concret...
03/12/2020

Nancy Holt’s “Sun Tunnels” (1973–76) is located in the Great Basin Desert in northwestern Utah. Composed of four concrete cylinders that are 18 feet in length and 9 feet in diameter, Sun Tunnels is arranged in an open cross format and aligned to frame the sun on the horizon during the summer and winter solstices. ⁣

For more info, visit: diaart.org/suntunnels

Join Dia’s mailing list for exhibition announcements, public programs, and our monthly newsletter. Text ‘Dia’ to 22828 o...
03/02/2020

Join Dia’s mailing list for exhibition announcements, public programs, and our monthly newsletter. Text ‘Dia’ to 22828 on your mobile device to get started. ⁣

Sam Gilliam currently on view at Dia Beacon, located in Beacon, New York.
03/01/2020

Sam Gilliam currently on view at Dia Beacon, located in Beacon, New York.

"Some artists imagine they've got a hold on this apparatus, which in fact has got a hold of them." —Robert SmithsonFollo...
02/25/2020

"Some artists imagine they've got a hold on this apparatus, which in fact has got a hold of them." —Robert Smithson

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Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists.

Founded in 1974, Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists. At Dia:Beacon and Dia:Chelsea in Beacon and New York City, Dia fulfills its mission by commissioning new projects, organizing temporary exhibitions, displaying its collection of art from the 1960s and 1970s, and presenting programs of public engagement. Dia also maintains several long-term sites including: Walter De Maria’s The New York Earth Room (1977) and The Broken Kilometer (1979), Max Neuhaus’s Times Square (1977), and Joseph Beuys’s 7000 Eichen (7000 Oaks, which was inaugurated at Documenta 7 in 1982), all of which are located in New York City; the Dan Flavin Art Institute (established in 1983) in Bridgehampton, New York; De Maria’s The Lightning Field (1977) in western New Mexico; Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty (1970) in Great Salt Lake, Utah; and De Maria’s The Vertical Earth Kilometer (1977) in Kassel, Germany.

For more information on exhibitions, long-term installations, projects, and Dia’s sites, visit www.diaart.org.

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