An artist, an author, a policy expert, and a member of the itinerant Museum of Drug Policy discuss the many impacts of the global drug trade and efforts to control it.
In her upcoming performances on the High Line, Swiss artist Alexandra Bachzetsis appropriates and redeploys gestures and movements from a range of high and low cultural contexts.
But the pop music royals stick to the museum’s main attractions in “Apeshit.”
Based on what they do with the money, four of the grantees will receive an additional $25,000.
Plus Sean Scully donates over 20 works to a Dutch museum, and more results from Phillips, Christie’s, and Sotheby’s.
A study based on a survey of more than 1,000 practicing visual artists sheds light on the economics of making art.
The street artist originally submitted the work under the pseudonym “Bryan S Gaakman.”
The Van Alen Institute’s FLOW! festival features a range of talks and activities to help designers, urbanists, and New Yorkers of all stripes find new ways of navigating New York.
The third edition of the omnivorous BombPop!Up series of workshops and performances takes over the National Academy of Design.
Plus the fossil of a 150 million-year-old carnivorous dinosaur fetches $2.4 million at auction.
Nine spaces will be open for this weekend’s South Brooklyn Open Studios event.
But authors of an open letter criticized the gallery’s response, concluding: “the boycott stands.”