A series of maps elucidates both literal and metaphorical walls that limit equality and freedom in Brazilian society and Latin America at large.
As numerous dump trucks circled a corner of Socrates Sculpture Park, transporting several tons of new soil, what appeared to have been routine landscape maintenance was actually the curation of a new mini-ecosystem, “A Concave Room for Bees.”
Making Patterns is the first exhibition at Eyebeam’s residency at the Seaport.
The exhibit aims to give local and global context for Young Lords’s activism while situating the social conflicts they addressed in ongoing struggles.
Ralph Pucci, a high-end mannequin and furniture designer, has collaborated with a wide range of artists throughout his career, producing unorthodox renditions of mannequins since the 1970s.
In the ’60s, photographers anxious about the art form’s legitimacy set out to distinguish fine art from documentary practices.
Auxiliary Projects, formerly in Bushwick, has relocated to a new space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Last Wednesday, House of Screwball’s show at Bizarre Bushwick coincided with the annual, farcical opportunity provided by April Fools’ Day.
The three exhibitions currently on display at Long Island City’s SculptureCenter reveal the institution’s commitment to recognizing broad swaths of contemporary art.
Originally setting out to design safety glasses for use during laser surgeries, materials scientist Don McPherson instead designed a lens that enables color-blind wearers to see the full light spectrum.
Now that the snow has finally melted and we’ve all begun to thaw — unless it snows again today?! — it’s time to make the trek out to North Brooklyn for 2015’s first Greenpoint Gallery Night, of which Hyperallergic is a proud media sponsor.
Tatiana Trouvé mounted 212 giant spools of rope onto three steel structures in Doris C. Freedman Plaza, with each rope representing one of Central Park’s winding walkways.