ArtCondo is a new real estate initiative run by and for artists that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way. ArtCondo gathers creative people together to form buying groups to leverage their collective buying power and cultural capital to purchase space collectively. Each building becomes a haven protecting artists and producers from future displacement, and connecting them to surrounding communities.
ArtCondo helps the people who have made NYC a global cultural capital, remain in New York City. Fine artists, gallery-owners, writers, dancers, non-profits, musicians, designers, architects, research scientists, teachers, artisans, and more are all invited to participate.
ArtCondo is a professional real-estate venture which is experimental, alternative and artist-driven. Learn more or discuss your specific situation and needs by signing up and attending one of the upcoming info sessions listed below.
- Artist-owned Commercial Condos, Limited Equity Coops, Co-Housing, Community land trusts
- Supports Local Neighborhoods and fights gentrification
- S.E.E.D.I.N.G. Model
- Fair Housing Advocate
August 3, 7pm
September 7, 7pm
853 Broadway, south of 14th Street
15th floor, large conference room
New York, NY 10003
This week: New York’s disappearing alleys, Wolfgang Tillmans’s fading star, Velma Dinkley is gay, and more.
The technology isn’t available for public use, but Meta (formerly Facebook) released a series of eerie sample clips based on prompts like “cat watching TV” and “spaceship landing.”
Fall shows at the Chicago art space explore how same-sex desire became the basis for a new identity category and celebrate the cosmic work of an acclaimed Chicago-based artist.
There’s high demand in the country for the nostalgia-soaked Instagram videos of sister duo Zainab and Sakina Sabunwala.
Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion transforms a historic bank in Manhattan into the unlikely setting of an immersive art experience one visitor called “mesmerizing.”
Masterworks of American Landscape Painting at the Center for Figurative Painting makes clear that the term “landscape” has been widely interpreted.
The artist’s work quietly asks: How do we read and write the world we live in?
Funded fellowships support on-site graduate and postdoctoral research spanning a variety of disciplines on cultural works in the center’s collections.
Warsaw Gallery Weekend and Fringe Warszawa hope to offer long-term solutions for a thriving art scene in Warsaw when skyrocketing inflation and a lack of affordable studio spaces have become the new norm.
But Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who says the UK is “cornered,” plans to insist on the marbles’ return during a visit this year.
The Art Dealers Association of America is expanding its natural disaster relief program, and announced $60k in grants to six US nonprofits.