BERLIN — The prestigious Preis der Nationalgalerie, considered the German equivalent of the Turner Prize, was inaugurated in 2000 and recognizes artists under the age of 40 who live and work in Germany, regardless of nationality.
BOSTON — What’s so interesting about Nicole Cherubini’s sculptural work might simply be just how impossible it is to (mentally) house it anywhere specifically.
The Low-Residency MFA program at PAFA is ideal for students who desire the community, support, and rigor of a traditional MFA, along with a more flexible structure to fit their lives and schedules.
The musical Lazarus, currently nearing the end of a sold-out run at the New York Theatre Workshop, is the closest we’ll get to a final David Bowie performance.
“Look up here, I’m in heaven/I’ve got scars that can’t be seen,” sings a frail, blindfolded David Bowie from a hospital bed in his video for “Lazarus,” released four days before his death on January 10.
The opera Angel’s Bone, having its world premiere at the Prototype festival, opens with a married woman fantasizing about telling her husband that she doesn’t love him.
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Take the first step towards your professional transformation with a certificate in art and design from Parsons, part of The New School in NYC.
Long before the ubiquity of Google Maps, these colorful engravings, produced between 1572 and 1617, comprised the world’s most accurate and elaborate collection of urban cartography ever made.
MEXICO CITY — Walking through Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pseudomatisms feels like being inside a cyborg or supercomputer.
Coney Island has a history as dizzying as any of the roller coasters, carousels, sideshows, and other frenetic attractions that have operated on its piece of Brooklyn shore.
I’m guessing these won’t get made.