Social Practice Queens will bring two projects, “Resistance Theatre” and “DebtBank,” to the Queens Museum on June 11.
In responding to the “Scaffold” controversy in Minneapolis, some art world onlookers have painted the white male artist as the victim.
After protests from the local Dakota nation, Sam Durant’s “Scaffold” will be taken apart starting tomorrow.
The Flux-a-Thon is a combination walkathon, competition, party, and fundraiser for the Queens arts nonprofit.
Happening on June 3, Norte Maar’s Brooklyn Performance Combine will bring together an array of artists and participants for a two-hour collaborative marathon.
The president plagiarized it from the family that built the Mar-a-Lago estate, changing only one detail in the process.
Despite President Trump’s proposal to eliminate it, the agency says it “will continue to operate as usual.”
Artist Morehshin Allahyari has invited four artists, activists, and scientists to join her on May 27 to explore myths, colonialism, and storytelling.
Soon, defiant little girls cast in bronze will become the de facto symbol of gender discrimination the world over.
The Guardian has seen more than 100 internal documents from the social media giant, including one clarifying guidelines on sex and nudity in art.
As the Department of Cultural Affairs works on the official NYC cultural plan, a group of activists has advanced its own ambitious vision.
The May 21 screening at Microscope Gallery will feature early films and videos by Ko Nakajima, who has not only experimented with new technologies but helped develop them.