MoMA hosts a series of lectures and panels expanding on their research into art history in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
The series will feature seven films that center on the global influence of punk and will be held in conjunction with the exhibition Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986.
This week, artist studios in California, Massachusetts, New York, and Oregon.
Plus, George Condo and Giorgio de Chirico sell at auction.
Guava Island is a fun, colorful, anti-capitalist romp that leaves viewers smiling.
Danielle Seid discusses Forever Chinatown, a film produced and directed by her grandparents in 1960.
The Lambda Literary Awards finalists will come together to read from their works next Tuesday at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe.
This week, artist studios in Austria, Florida, New York, and South Africa.
Plus, Giorgio Morandi and Pablo Picasso sell at auction.
Chad Elias looks at the ways in which the arts interact with “unpredictable meteorological conditions,” turning away from attempts to manage or control natural forces.
“A Time for Seditious Speech” aims to show that speech can serve as a call to direct action, sometimes even violence.
This week, artist studios in England, Florida, Massachusetts, and New York.