The White Noise augmented reality installation visualizes the online conversations we have around consumption and conservation.
12 Nazi Concentration Camps is a body of work by James Friedman who, in the early ’80s, took the largely unprecedented step of documenting Nazi camps in color photography.
Drawing inspiration from other arts, BalletCollective plumbs the connections between visual, literary, and choreographic forms.
A batch of four photos, tweaked by Portland-based satirist Mike Wellins, show portraits of Washington, Hamilton, Jefferson, and Jackson ridiculing the current US president.
The early-morning action, by a new activist group calling itself the Monument Removal Brigade, is the latest in a series of protests demanding the statue’s removal.
The Puerto Rico-based artist duo examine a tense, close connection with a poetic show using sculpture, performance, photo, and video.
A retrospective of Philippe Garrel’s films at Metrograph tracks their evolution from revolutionary hopefulness to disenchantment, hallucinatory metaphor, and poetic autobiography.
A new ballet in Brooklyn invited artist Elana Herzog to work in the theater for the first time, and the multifaceted work premiers this week.
On its 15th anniversary, the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation presents works from its Grants and Commissions Program, which has supported over 120 artists from Latin America in that time.
In Baltimore, two artists have upended the traditional wedding, realizing it as a month-long gallery exhibition and queer performance series.
199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die by Loren Rhoads chronicles the unexpected art and beauty of burial grounds around the world.
Running a small art residency is hard, specially during that one time of year when decisions have to be made.