The High Line’s Mutations exhibition features motion-capture cameras for birds, audio of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and other uncanny interventions in the elevated park.
James Crump’s seductive new documentary delves into the fascinating, 1970s universe of the New York-based fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez.
At the New York Studio School, you will find space and time to foster your artistic identity surrounded by a diverse community of peers.
An exhibition joins artworks from the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh and Studio Museum in Harlem. While an astute idea, there’s a sterility to this show that’s underpinned by an uninspired curation.
If the judge in the case follows suit, the verdict could set a remarkable precedent for the protection of graffiti and street art under the Visual Artists Rights Act.
A Latinx-focused adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People dramatizes the tension between the harsh realities of modernity and traditional knowledge and ways of life.
At SMFA at Tufts, students, alumni, and faculty are working collaboratively to break down cultural gaps and engage underrepresented artists and audiences in the art world.
Five artists and writers will take on the racist narratives that shape American culture in a day of events at MoMA PS1.
Landscape photographers Diane Cook and Len Jenshel spent over two years traveling the world to photograph its most remarkable trees.
The Los Angeles Road Concerts invited 30-plus artists and collectives to make art reflecting on war, from ephemeral roadside gestures to an anti-war protest.
A panel from Thomas Hart Benton’s epic mural “A Social History of Indiana” (1933) regularly becomes the target of removal campaigns.
To commemorate the rich history of marching bands, the project Marching On will inaugurate with a series of performances at Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park.