NO EVIL EYE brings experimental film and politics to the forefront with a touring program currently screening in Brooklyn.
Baneful Medicine looks to the past, but offers an opportunity to ponder bodily autonomy, informed consent, and medical practice in the present.
Cai’s public art project Fireflies invites visitors to ride in padicabs illuminated by lanterns down the bustling Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Mark Reigelman II’s colorful public art piece is made up of 20 different parts using traditional woodworking techniques.
Raúl de Nieves’s El Rio at Company Gallery is totally alien to Western notions of death.
MIAMI — Since Art Basel’s Miami Beach fair set down its roots over a decade ago, Miami Art Week has become a cacophony of satellite fairs and events jam-packing the international art circuit’s calendar for the first week of December.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Among Pop art’s notable motifs are capitalism, consumerism, and now Catholicism.
Last week, Ace Hotel’s cozy gallery space opened its latest exhibition, Blastosphere: Digital Art Becomes 3D Fashion.
Molly Soda is an art darling of a generation that grew up with the internet as a constant companion.