Your essential guide to exhibitions and outdoor installations across the city, Upstate New York, and Long Island.
The New York-based nonbinary artist talks about the unseen knowledge and processes behind domestic and food-based labor.
Scholars and artists accuse Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts of “craven hypocrisy” for firing Rodriguez as she faced vicious right-wing media attacks.
The Chicago-based trans nonbinary painter speaks of their relationship to loss, the inspirations behind their canvases, and Dungeons and Dragons.
“Queerness, art, and spirituality are integral to my identity, yet they do not confine me,” says the Brazil-born, Berlin-based artist.
This month: Highlights from El Museo del Barrio’s collection, artworks on book covers, Chinese bird-and-flower paintings, and more.
The Bangladeshi artist, asylum seeker, and LGBTQ+ activist muses about trans queer survival and the unparalleled joy of taking walks near the ocean.
The former Hunter College adjunct who confronted anti-abortion activists faces charges of harassment and menacing for threatening a tabloid reporter.
Artist and former Hunter College adjunct Shellyne Rodriguez, who was harassed online after protesting a pro-life group on campus, was let go after a tense altercation with a reporter.
Turns out the second day of the fair draws a blend of mid-tier advisors, artists and their parents, and Chris Rock.
This month: Wendy Red Star, Bob Thompson, Daniel Lind-Ramos, art by MFA students, and much more.
A group of cultural workers exposed some artists’ disillusionment with the museum’s residency program and one participant’s alleged experience of harassment.