The centerpiece of her new exhibition at PPOW is “The Garden” (1996–98), a kaleidoscopic, room-filling installation housing hundreds if not thousands of artificial flowers under a canopy of sewn together flower print dresses.
Brian Tolle’s new public sculpture features two long-lost guardians of the Manhattan Bridge, now illuminating its Brooklyn entrance.
A refugee shelter has won the annual Beazley Design of the Year award.
A crowdfunding campaign is rallying support from Vincent van Gogh fans to preserve and protect the painter’s grave in Auvers-sur-Oise, France.
In her show at Paula Cooper Gallery, Liz Glynn keeps Rodin’s signature realism and physicality, but sculpts her bodies to be more wretched.
In his chilling project “YOLOCAUST,” Shahak Shapira manipulates the original selfies at the memorial to include actual photos of Nazi crimes.
Elsewhere invites artists across media to create new work using the resources of a three-story former thrift store. Elsewhere supports experimental, site-specific, and socially responsive artists for month-long residencies.
This week, cultural critic Hilton Als gives a talk in Pasadena, the Los Angeles Fine Print Fair returns to Hollywood, an immersive installation by Edgar Arceneaux opens at the Main Museum, and more.
The Whitney Museum’s Dreamlands gathers a century of immersive moving image art, cutting across time and technology.
Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard traveled to 32 cities in five continents to document the uncanny uniformity of the Hilton’s standard hotel room.
“Over the River” was never about the sculpture, it was about the attempt.
This week, contribute to a conversation about the city’s cultural plan, cook while learning about the loaded history of corn, discover overlooked films by black women directors, and more.