One of the themes of this year’s Whitney Biennial appears to be violence, and not every artist has the ability to transform it into a successful work of art.
Tamara Kostianovsky’s exhibition at Y Gallery features sculptures of butchered fowl made from salvaged fabric.
“Is there a possibility for this community and police to restore a relationship?” Artist Shaun Leonardo asked three panelists at the Laundromat Project. The answer was a unequivocal no.
On Saturday, a man wielding a screwdriver cut two long gashes into “The Morning Walk,” though conservators believe the damage can be easily repaired.
On March 23, five US-based political cartoonists will discuss the realities, challenges, and urgency of their work today.
For this exhibition, artists searched through home videos, letters, documents, and images, finding physical ephemera and strange histories with which to create new work.
“A Walk Through Gilded NY” is an audio and visual tour through the past and present of the city’s turn-of-the-century architecture.
These colorful paintings give us a sense of the mortuary customs that were part of life in China over a millennium ago.
After the loss of her father and a close friend, Heide Hatry began making portraits where her subjects’ faces are delicately recreated with their own cremated remains.
An exhibition at the Interference Archive creates the feeling of wandering around an old curiosity shop where the stock is radical politics.
Like the process of self-psychotherapy, the exhibition RIVERRUN offers a broadly inclusive, all-encompassing view of the writing and reading of art.
The young artist, who died last month at age 29, is the subject of a new monograph from TASCHEN.