From the mid-1960s, when Dodd first took her Masonite panels outdoors to paint, her production has been shaped by observation.
A No-Nonsense Guide to NYC’s May Art Fairs
Frieze or Future? NADA or Volta? To help alleviate the daunting dizziness of too many options, we’ve got the run-down for you.
The Brooklyn Artist Who Wants You to Care About Snails
In a world where humans exploit snails as extractable resources, artist David Colosi’s latest exhibition asks us to consider their individualism.
20 Art Shows to See in New York This May
This month: Wendy Red Star, Bob Thompson, Daniel Lind-Ramos, art by MFA students, and much more.
Artists on Basketball and Its Discontents
Hoop Dreams: Basketball and Contemporary Art both celebrates and critiques a game that has grown into a global mega-industry.
It’s Selfie Season at Manhattan’s High Line
Artist Pamela Rosenkranz’s glowing pink and red tree sculpture is sure to become an Instagram hit, and that’s okay.
Notes on the Soul of New Orleans
Helen Cammock’s solo exhibition is an array of visual poems, ceramics, and even the sound of her trumpet, which she began practicing in the city.
NYC Exhibition Extols the Charm of Restaurant Menus
Henry Voigt, a member of New York City’s Grolier Club, curated A Century of Dining Out from his personal collection of over 10,000 historical menus.
Mokha Laget’s Visual Paradoxes
Her paintings suggest exploded-view diagrams of parts that don’t fit together, as if the shapes are derived from a pleasantly illogical Jenga puzzle.
Chronicles of an American Abyss
By surveying 150 years of social strife, the artists in Model Home (New York) dispel rosy clichés of the “American ideal.”
The Artists Resisting the Myth of “White” Argentina
The work of Identidad Marrón Collective fights systemic racism and erasure of Indigenous and mixed-race narratives in the country.
Art by Survivors of America’s Wars
The 2023 Veteran Art Triennial & Summit proves that the tools of the colonizer, the occupier, and the oppressor can be used to resist and persist.