In their two-artist show at Mrs. Gallery, Sarah Bedford and Tracy Miller offer complementary approaches to bringing the historically devalued genre of still life painting into the 21st century.
These operas are not the types of performances seen at traditional opera venues with their generous budgets, megastars, and perfect-pitch performances.
Twelve New York City organizations signed a letter that encourages Mayor Bill de Blasio to protect and expand public space for free expression.
Three programs of graduate studies at PAFA provide the tools, skills, and intellectual foundation for a lifetime of creative achievement.
The #J20 Art Strike resonates with the approach of the 1970 New York Artists’ Strike against Racism, Sexism, Repression and War, also commonly referred to as the Art Strike.
Europeana Radio is a new platform to access thousands of historic tracks from audio collections in European libraries, universities, and other institutions.
The Historic Districts Council included New York City’s mass grave, Hart Island, among its Six to Celebrate neighborhood preservation priorities.
Why the #J20 Art Strike is important and why those of us who can should take part.
1971: A Year in the Life of Color studies two exhibitions essential to the ongoing relationship between black American artists and modernism.
We Make America, a group formed after the election, has been crafting art inspired by the Statue of Liberty for the January 21 marches in Washington and New York.
President Obama once confessed his dream of setting up a T-shirt shack in Hawaii with Rahm Emanuel. Emily Spivack made it a reality.
This week, Baik Art hosts a conversation about art and racial justice, Llyn Foulkes debuts new work at Sprüth Magers, Brand Library opens a show focused on art collectives, and more.