Reading Resources is an annual series of online teaching guides that supplement the free art books distributed by A.R.T.'s Library Program.
Teaching Guides: Luis Camnitzer
Luis Camnitzer has insistently investigated art-making as a strategy of pedagogy while interrogating political relations such as those between periphery and center.
Teaching Guides: Walid Raad
Walid Raad’s work explores how historical events of physical and psychological violence affect bodies, minds, culture, and narrative.
Teaching Guides: Studio K.O.S.
Studio K.O.S. (Kids of Survival) investigate art-making as a process of collaborative learning and literacy-building.
Teaching Guides: Kara Walker
Kara Walker offers discomforting views into the intertwinings of violence and intimacy, pleasure and power, freedom and enslavement running throughout US history.
Teaching Guides: Roni Horn
Roni Horn explores the fluid nature of identity, and the way it is shaped by memory, time, place, and language.
Teaching Guides: Lawrence Weiner
A founding figure of Conceptual art, Lawrence Weiner pioneered the use of language as a sculptural material.
Teaching Guides: Glenn Ligon
Glenn Ligon grasps language as material and subject matter, incisively investigating issues of visibility, race, identity, and history.