Matthew Jensen’s Wonder Walks direct urban explorers to the fringes of New York City, to discover its hidden history and urban nature.
Patrick Eddington wrote to countless writers and artists, from Kiki Smith to Marcel Dzama to Ray Bradbury, asking them to send him cat-related works. They did.
The shock after Donald Trump’s election has turned to anger and determination, a galvanizing desire to fight for change and a better world than the one the President-elect plans to create.
A Host of People’s new production reconceives the 1977 effort to create a phonograph record that would communicate the story of life on Earth to extraterrestrials.
On Tuesday night at WhiteBox, artists used their work to sound a clarion call to political action.
The Tiffany-designed 1914 Swan Memorial in the Bronx’s Woodlawn Cemetery is being restored after over a century of deterioration in the open air.
Another museum has felt the sting of selfie culture, and this time it is in Portugal.
Even if Murillo poked fun at the art world’s oblivion and privilege, what a fool I was to think that my stint in Palenque would instantly morph into a sequel to his work.
On Saturday, the Calder Quartet will perform Morton Feldman’s five-hour String Quartet No. 2 in the Fuentidueña Chapel at the Cloisters.
Artist Fred Dewilde was in the audience at the Bataclan the night of November 13, 2015, and he’s turned his ordeal and its aftermath into a comic book.
What’s the weather outside, you ask?