Traveling between Red Hook and Manhattan by ferry, an AI app talks to the water — and gets the water to talk back.
In an evening covering her practice since the 1980s, Kembra Pfahler and her collaborators bring transgressive, wildly inventive, take-no-prisoners performance to the Kitchen.
Over 300 artists participate in this year’s event highlighting Gowanus’s creative community.
Sandra Ceballos and Coco Fusco will create a series of workshops and educational programs exploring trends and developments in Cuban art beyond state-sponsored culture.
The artist has collaborated with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School to organize two days of screenings and panels focused on investigating the intersections of black identities and activism in contemporary visual culture.
P.P.O.W.’s exhibition is perfectly timed to dig into the rich seam of madness at the heart of our present cultural and political moment.
Invisible Man, a group show at Martos Gallery curated by Ebony L. Haynes, gathers works by four artists that subtly call attention to embodied experience and the histories embedded in utilitarian objects.
Nathlie Provosty’s current exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, (the third ear), is a study in the emotional, sensuous (and sensual) potential of tightly bound, minutely considered, rigorously constructed abstraction.