Plus, one of the largest private collections of African quilts finds a home, and the Louvre has secured its loan for Leonardo da Vinci’s “Vitruvian Man.”
The free-to-attend Black Portraiture[s] conference will focus on the creation of visual archives in the context of landmark moments in Black history.
Rockaway Film Festival offers a wide range of cinema screenings this weekend, from Barbara Hammer shorts to new and exciting documentary features, all in a district of New York that lacks a movie theater.
Plus, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announces new acquisitions in the lead-up to its 150th anniversary and more of the week’s transactions.
Indonesian artist Melati Suryodarmo ran her own dreams through an EEG machine to create her performances at the Asia Society Museum next week.
Lovers of big-screen scares will be pleased to learn the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2019 is back with a gory vengeance.
Plus, a Banksy painting has set another auction record for the artist, and a trove of archives from the Underground Railroad shine a light on a dark history.
This week, artist studios in Nova Scotia, Maine, New York, and California.
Plus, a previously lost masterwork by Eugène Delacroix is heading to Houston, and a Banksy auction subtitled “I can’t believe you morons actually buy this sh*t” sold $1.3 million worth of the artist’s work.
The Affordable Art Fair, which sells artwork for between $100 and $10,000, will show work from over 400 artists this weekend in Chelsea.
The famed children’s book author and artist considered the theater his “second career.” An evening talk and live performance will explore his font of creativity.
The comic, reprinted from the forthcoming The Best American Comics 2019, is an unsettling look at the oil sands of Alberta, Canada.