Wendy Vogel’s curated section at Volta NY reminds us that we carry our identities with us always — even inside the artificial environment of an art fair.
Show Mein, an exhibition at this year’s Spring/Break Art Show, became the focus of a heated debate about cultural appropriation.
This Sunday, the Brand Library is hosting Herstorians, a panel discussion on the opportunities, challenges, and obligations that female arts writers have to examine underrepresented artists.
This year, the visions at the Independent Art Fair were multiple, with some galleries dedicating their booths to outsider and unknown artists, as well as work that is a bit more playful.
Amid the big, blue chip baubles, there are flickers of truly powerful and personal work at the latest edition of the vast Armory Show art fair.
Some of the most memorable art at this year’s NADA New York deals with distress, though the massive fair also offers respite.
Bertrand Bonello’s Nocturama follows a group of Parisians as they plan and carry out coordinated terrorist attacks and then hole up in a luxury department store.
Some images just work, and you can definitely say that about Tim O’Brien’s update of Andrew Wyeth’s famous painting.
SVA’s Summer Residencies offer artists, designers and creative thinkers time, space and a supportive community.
On March 5, indigenous women creators will gather to celebrate the role of art in their fight for environmental and cultural justice.
The University of Pennsylvania commissioned 10 sound artists to respond to 10 landscape photographs in its art collection.
This week in art news: an Argentine curator and US resident was denied reentry into the US, anti-fascists and white nationalists clashed at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and a Klimt painting led the way in a record auction at Sotheby’s.