Bring Your Own Body: Transgender Between Archives and Aesthetics illustrates not just the multiplicity of transgender identities but the many forms of expression those identities take.
These works from Argentina explore the effects of living in a media-saturated world, but a theme as general as “media” can erase the specifics of a country’s identity.
Nicole Eisenman’s painting “Seder” puts the viewer at the center of a formal Passover family gathering.
Last Saturday, anyone in New York City who could see the south facade of the Empire State Building probably noticed massive projections of endangered animals covering the 1931 skyscraper.
In 2014, a group of artists named Harlem Art Collective saw aesthetic potential in an abandoned wall located in a stalled construction site on East 116th Street.
At 3pm on Tuesday, December 30, Cuban artist Tania Bruguera’s participatory performance “Tatlin’s Whisper #6” was scheduled to take place in the Plaza de la Revolución in Havana.
It’s been two years since a legal battle was won, yet trans and non-binary people in Argentina remain vulnerable to different forms of violence.