Want to get to know New York City architecture better, from its 18th century past to modular present? Each day of October a city building is being featured, with a tour to take you into its design and history.
A new website and online bartering post facilitates the sale and trade of used art supplies.
When the Filipino American Museum (FAM) opens its first show at Soho’s Third Streaming on October 29, one of New York’s largest Asian communities will formally attain a museum institution of their own.
SAN FRANCISCO — Three-person performance art troupe Mail Order Brides/M.O.B. is exploring the intersection of corporate culture, vampiric legends, immigrant realities, and the tech community in their newest work.
New York’s wandering street sophist today deposited his latest work, a replica of Egypt’s Great Sphinx of Giza, in what appears to be a vacant lot in Queens.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri — There’s an amazing show about contemporary performance art, and it may be coming to an art venue near you. Having just left the H&R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute, curator RoseLee Goldberg’s exhibition Performance Now is like a touring indie rock band, minus the live performers.
Finding beauty in the commonplace — some may even say banal — is one of artist Willie Cole’s strengths.
This week, Vermeer’s masterpiece “Girl with a Pearl Earring” is coming to New York! Also, Beat Nite in Bushwick, a talk on Iran’s art world in the 1960s and ’70s, an exhibition of photojournalism from the Vietnam War, and a film by Gregg Araki, a pioneer of the New Queer Cinema.