Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang’s new documentary One Child Nation unpacks the history and brutal effects of a policy that dominated a population.
The documentary Decade of Fire delves into the wave of arsons that wracked the Bronx in the 1970s.
A new documentary reveals the passion and labor that went into creating artworks that look too fantastical to be true.
Iranian director Jafar Panahi has violated his 20-year government-imposed filmmaking ban to make a powerful feature about Iranian women’s relationships to art and labor.
The documentary is a travelogue that embarks on a journey through present-day America, using the Green Book as its guide.
Screening in New York for the holidays, a new film draws on photos Gary Monroe and Andy Sweet took as a part of the Miami Beach Photographic Project through the 1970s and into the early 80s.
France’s role in Western modernism is well-trodden art historical territory. Less well-known, but equally significant, is the impact French art movements had on modern Indian artists.
At Doc NYC, America’s largest documentary film festival, directors examine the lives and works of artists Barbara Rubin, Jay Maisel, and Christo.
A new film tells the story of Yayoi Kusama’s reckoning with her own demons and those of the artworld.
In a new biopic, Nico, 1988, director Susanna Nicchiarelli documents the tumultuous final years of The Velvet Underground’s Nico.
A new film explores the visual legacy of Cecil Beaton, who was inspired by a range of art movements and carefully curated scenes that throbbed with sensuality, drama, and romance.
The photographs in the exhibition at the Arsenal Gallery create a sub-narrative to New York during its time of crisis, imparting an uncommon joie de vivre in a story that is commonly defined in terms of disintegration and sadness.