The Highwaymen’s paintings are an environmental time capsule for a state highly threatened by the climate crisis.
Over 60 artists have contributed to Project 270, an initiative by Mana Urban Arts Project, to engage young, disenfranchised voters nationwide.
Xie’s latest exhibition at Asia Society Museum grapples with the long history of book banning in his home country of China.
The British-Nigerian artist’s Public Art Fund commission, located just a few blocks from Trump Tower, is a tall, billowing form featuring a riotous pattern inspired by Dutch wax fabrics.
The Puerto Rico-based artist duo examine a tense, close connection with a poetic show using sculpture, performance, photo, and video.
With 20 tiny paintings and one hefty sculpture, an unexpected pairing of artists offers a nuanced take on femininity.
With the Prince Street Girls series, Susan Meiselas has accomplished something subtle but radical: a body of work devoted entirely to how women regard each other without the infiltration of a male perspective.
Dapper Bruce Lafitte’s work records a singular personal trajectory in a grander, historically significant moment.
In the absence of a properly functioning political system, it is ever more vital for art to bestow parity.
In this politically polarized moment, when the notion of compassion itself seems to be on trial, exhibitions like this one have become ever more urgent.
David Opdyke has taken scores of vintage postcards and altered each image in a way that completely changes its meaning.