No one art festival can do everything, but FRONT has made a bold inaugural effort to establish itself as a new art destination.
Harry Gamboa Jr. started this series in 1991, after hearing an announcement on his car radio that warned: “Be on the lookout for a Chicano male. He is dangerous.”
The poem, titled “Resist, my people, resist them,” landed the poet in trouble with Israeli authorities.
In a new biopic, Nico, 1988, director Susanna Nicchiarelli documents the tumultuous final years of The Velvet Underground’s Nico.
Now working at New York University, Glenn Wharton is responsible for the comprehensive David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base. Joan Jonas is next.
The ArtBuilt Mobile Studio, parked outside the Seward Park branch of the New York Public Library, sees art making as an important tool to facilitate difficult conversations.
Thoughts on why curatorial effort isn’t always acknowledged by museums and the press.
At art fairs around the world, breastfeeding is no easy task.
A dozen protesters gathered at the Whitney Museum of Art to condemn the institution’s lack of modern context about the HIV/AIDS epidemic in relation to Wojnarowicz’s artwork.
The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry receives a $9.7 million state-funded grant, despite controversy and dissent from a local politician.
The dragon pops up as a recurring motif in Gaudí’s famous works, and this is no coincidence.
The Brooklyn Museum hosts a night of poetry in celebration of Caribbean works and artistry, with readings by three Cave Canem poets.