Screening August 18 at JACK, The Price of Memory follows a group of Jamaican Rastafarians as they petition the British Crown for reparations.
On August 20, Vroman’s Bookstore is hosting a conversation around the Chicano murals of the 1960s and ’70s, in advance of an exhibition at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes.
Thanks to rigorous machine testing, you can be confident that your paints will allow you to develop work to the highest level.
Tim Youd’s 100 Novels project is continuing in New York at Cristin Tierney Gallery, where he retyped Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley.
A stunning video shows the monument, which was erected in 1924, come crashing down as people cheer.
Last night outside Trump Tower, Jeffrey Beebe’s inflatable sculpture Trumpy the Rat made its debut and thousands of New Yorkers gathered to protest the president during his first visit home since taking office.
For the exhibition, The Other’s Gaze, the curators left the objects in their usual locations in order to illustrate the rich history of representing non-normative gender and sexuality already present within European painting and sculpture.
In a new short documentary, Lisanne Skyler follows the trajectory of a Warhol sculpture her father bought when she was an infant.
Premiering this week, Andrea Mastrovito’s NYsferatu is an adaptation of 1922 silent film as a parable about the immigrant experience made using rotoscope animation.