A petition calling on the Met to remove a painting by Balthus from its walls for its troublingly sexualized depiction of a young girl has gained over 8,000 signatures.
Bring your discarded sewing, or the sewing you never started, or the sewing you wish you knew how to do, for a day of personal and community mending.
Carlos Martiel continues his gripping, often devastating explorations of bodies marked by history, culture, and place with a performance at Y Gallery.
A Kerry James Marshall work originally donated to a museum’s benefit auction sold at Christie’s for a record-setting price.
Jessica Vaughn’s show of restrained conceptual works subtly evokes the experiential dimension of mass-produced objects.
Confirmation that, yes, artists are still flocking to Brooklyn.
The painting’s seller is part of the clique of billionaire oligarchs exerting an outsize influence in global affairs — and art.
The Illuminator returns to downtown Manhattan, projecting short video clips by 60 artists in “an act of community and solidarity.”
Choreographer Gillian Walsh takes on dance as a “suicidal tendency” and considers mysticism in a time of global crisis.
Five artists and writers will take on the racist narratives that shape American culture in a day of events at MoMA PS1.
In sculpture and collage, Newsome explores agency, feminism, and what we think we’re looking at.
The polymathic collective presents a hybrid lecture-performance based on the work of Edward Said.