In the exhibition News Wheel, current headlines from nine print publications are rearranged while the cacophony of multiple news radio stations blasts around you.
Under the institution’s new Open Access policy, images of hundreds of thousands of works from its collection are available to copy, remix, and distribute freely.
Since 2012, photographer Miska Draskoczy has explored the urban ecology of the toxic yet gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood.
To close out its exhibition Nectar: War Upon the Bees, Pratt Manhattan Gallery hosts a lecture by Dr. Rachael Winfree and an “eco-political cabaret” by performance group the Buzz.
Zhao Liang’s Behemoth is another instance of viewing China from a Western perspective — one that is quick to demean and infantilize Chinese citizens as incapable of governing themselves.
Everything Is Terrible! has 14,000 VHS tapes of the Hollywood film and wants $400,000 to lodge them in the southern California desert.
When Adomako Aman decided to make Dancing in the Dark, he was seeking solidarity with “other gay men, especially gay men of color” who could share in his experience.
SACI’s Summer Low-Residency program offers those who have limited time to pursue graduate studies the opportunity to earn their MFA by completing 3 successive summers of intensive studies.
Alivia Zivich, a co-curator of the chaotic exhibition Eric Schmid is an Idiot, likened the experience of putting the 80-something artist show together to “tying loose strings to other loose strings.”
The lake that hosts Robert Smithson’s landmark earthwork is desiccating at an alarming rate.
Chinatown has long been a home to radical organizers and artists, collectives, and movements that have taken on questions of art production and displacement.
There may not be another edition of the new Biennale de La Biche, as the wooden shack that hosts it may well disappear between now and 2019 due to rising sea levels.