Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to introduce our newest comic contributor, Steven Weinberg, a former Brooklyn artist who has moved to the Catskills. This will be a continuing series.
Locals expressed anger and sadness over the city’s decision to remove the Temple Bell less than a month after its creator architect Raymond Moriyama’s death.
by Maya Pontone
The idea for the Perelman Center was conceived in 2003 as a way to revitalize the neighborhood in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
by Elaine Velie
The multisensory solo exhibition of new works by the Canadian visual artist includes sculpted ceramics and life-sized automatons. On view in NYC.
“The Laboratory” by John Collier is an example of a “problem picture,” paintings focused on characters caught in moral dilemmas that incited gossip amongst viewers.
by Maya Pontone
After the Supreme Court struck down loan forgiveness, the Biden administration came up with a robust plan B. Here’s how to prepare.
by Hannah Cole
Works from every phase of Butterfield’s career, from her most recent wildfire sculptures to rarely exhibited pieces, are on view in Northern California.
Featuring two decades of interdisciplinary art along with new work created in response to the ongoing Women’s Rights Movement in Iran, the exhibition is on view in Hartford, Connecticut.
The 160-year-old Lower East Side landmark tells the story of the immigrant families who lived under its tin ceilings and wood-frame walls.
by Aaron Short
“Susanna and the Elders” (c. 1638–39) had been misattributed and stowed away in rough condition at the Hampton Court Palace in Surrey.
by Rhea Nayyar