But authors of an open letter criticized the gallery’s response, concluding: “the boycott stands.”
The Jewish Museum hosts a conversation about Soutine’s gestural painting and still lifes, moderated by Hyperallergic’s John Yau.
A conversation at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space proposes “concrete, day-to-day actions” for artists and institutions to take.
Iconic gallerist Anita Shapolsky talks with contemporary painter, Denise Carvalho, about what makes a good exhibition.
A two-part series at the Quad Cinema chronicles the cheaply made and formally rich horror movies that the UK’s Hammer Films began producing in the 1950s.
Ellsworth Kelly’s striking work in lithography from the mid-1960s is presented along with two monumental paintings from the Museum’s collection. Through October 29, 2018.
Often depicted as the spirit of California, the warrior queen epitomizes the state’s idyllic nature before the European conquest.
After collaborating on the starry window that presides over the Museum at Eldridge Street, Kiki Smith returns with a site-specific installation of sculptural work.
One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, Varda’s precious and poignant feminist musical from 1977 has been restored.