Categories for the annual Art Ball are inspired by specific art movements and artists, and this year will feature looks in the colorful, joyful style of Barkley L. Hendricks paintings.
The Lambda Literary Award Finalist and Cyberfeminism Index designer discuss the need to “troll these progress stories that we tell about computers.”
Adobe Flash has the reached the end of its life. Artists and digital archivists share thoughts regarding its demise and what open source tools are accessible to archive old Flash-based works.
Walking into Central Booking on Ludlow Street is a little like entering a full-sized wunderkabinett.
In this ongoing series, curators and members of the Native arts community share five artists they were looking forward to seeing at the 2020 Indian Market, which has been postponed to 2021.
Will New York wake up one day and discover that speculation has cannibalized its creative industries, which underpinned the desirability of the real estate itself?
“We are now in survival mode,” says Joumana Asseily, director and founder of Marfa’ Projects. “A week ago I was concerned about safety issues because of the pandemic but now my biggest worry is checking if everyone is safe and has a shelter.”
Earlier this month Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein wrote about the creative class and how eulogies may be premature: While this system produces culture, no one is paid enough, and the rent climbs ever upward. I once worked an art fair with a kindly but grizzled art handler who told me that he’d been making the same rate […]
New revelations show the sex offender’s close ties to the New York Academy of Art, where he served as a board member, and M.I.T. Media Lab, to which he donated almost $1 million
An aesthetic of minimalism in architecture and interior design has been sold to consumers of high design for decades now in the pages of Dwell and the endlessly scrollable interfaces of websites like designboom and ArchDaily.
Some of the best films at the Montreal International Documentary Festival explored themes of wasted potential and the relationship between humanity and the planet.
This week, the world’s biggest Pokémon card collector, how a photojournalist was killed in Afghanistan, Dan Hancox and Kasia Tomasiewicz, writing for Coda, discuss how children’s toys may be normalizing surveillance, coopting “woke,” and much more.