The current joint exhibition Stone Dreams at apartment-turned-gallery ORGY PARK features the space’s founder/resident, Steve Mykietyn, and London-based artist Keef Winter.
People’s reactions to Bushwick Open Studios (BOS) generally fall into two passionate camps: those who love the event and those who despise it.
What explains the summer pool’s thematic and visual dynamism? Unpack its design and suite of characteristics and it becomes clear.
The landscapes of the body and of the universe collide in a series of new works at Marissa Perel’s solo show The Voyager, the inaugural exhibition of Pseudo Empire gallery in Bushwick.
A new center devoted to the late artist Ed Paschke will open later this month in Chicago, to coincide with what have been the artist’s 75th birthday.
Ai Weiwei released three transcripts today related to his recent withdrawal from an exhibition at Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA).
It’s no secret that climate change and pollution are wrecking the planet. Many artists at the Bushwick Open Studios were internalizing the doom and visualizing the gloom.
A former professor at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi has argued that claims of academic freedom in the country are “essentially worthless” in an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education.
As New York Times art critic Roberta Smith has written, we live in the age of the art revival — a time when all sorts of artists are being recovered from their forgotten corners and brought into the art-world limelight.