The lively colors and patterns in Browne’s Africa painting series hint at the depth and breadth of visual stimuli that she experienced traveling to West Africa.
Her latest exhibition is spare, strange, intentional in its moves, and economical in its means.
The experimental film, accompanied by live music, pictures the ecocide that a violently extractive ideology of whiteness produces.
Lok’s paintings reveal seemingly straightforward objects and events to be strange, slippery, and utterly beguiling.
A useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest opening in the city this month.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Willie Cole, Hélio Oiticica, Nanette Carter, and more.
The New York museum recently found itself in hot water over its holdings of two objects looted from Nepal, and there may be another contested work in its collection.
In Plato’s Closet, artist Timothy Hull gestures to the opportunities for creative play and repurposing that looking backward can pose.
The Institute for Digital Archaeology hoped to scan the marbles and create an exact replica that might help settle the dispute between the London museum and Greece.
Nine of the items were linked to disgraced New York antiquities dealer Subhash Kapoor.
Thomson’s videos conjure up the weird sublimity of internet wormholes, the familiar, swaddling mindlessness of allowing oneself to be swept up in a deluge of content and carried — where?
The court will decide whether the pop artist infringed on the copyrights of photographer Lynn Goldsmith in using her portrait of the singer Prince.