On Change.org, Luis Camnitzer is asking the President-elect to turn his proposed border wall with Mexico into a piece by Christo.
There have been losses. Terrible losses. And yet, somehow the underground finds its way.
The British capital continues to be a playground for artists who use the walls as their canvas.
The guide, Lumin, offers museumgoers an opportunity to look closer and, by providing critical context, expand their understanding of a given art object.
In spring 2018, the industrial park will inaugurate its first space dedicated specifically to art: the High Line Plinth.
The time for thinking about how the imminent political shift will impact the lives and livelihoods of artists is upon us.
A high school senior’s painting of a protest scene has become the subject of a controversy since it was hung (and removed, and re-hung, and re-removed, and re-re-hung) at the US Capitol, but nobody is looking at it closely enough.
This week, a group show questions the concept of masculinity, a store selling thousands of copies of Jerry Maguire opens, Regen Projects hosts a conversation between artist Theaster Gates and curator Hamza Walker, and more.
Masterclass is a series of free informative video tutorials for those seeking to improve their technique and stretch their artistic knowledge base.
Top Secret International (State I), part of the Public Theater’s annual Under the Radar Festival, is an immersive play that reframes espionage through art.
This week’s offerings include a workshop on decolonization, a history of NYC squatting, a one-woman show in a bathroom, and more.