The donated auxiliary location, opening in early 2019, will “bring the best of the Bronx into another space.”
A mobile mapping station being developed by a team in the Master’s Urban Planning department at Lawrence Technical University, wants to help residents of embattled neighborhoods.
Now 84, the renowned abstract artist reflects on his Guyanese upbringing and the legacy of colonialism in a striking new series of paintings.
A new exhibition at FIT chronicles the evolution of a “punk, pretty, powerful color” in the world of fashion.
Peeling off the Grey, an exhibition at the National Museum of Mexican Art, offers visual understandings of the gentrification of one Chicago neighborhood.
Michael Olijnyk, executive director of Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory museum, was placed on “temporary paid leave” after sexual misconduct accusations against an unnamed employee were publicized.
The City of Kassel has decided to indefinitely remove Olu Oguibe’s public sculpture, “Monument to Strangers and Refugees,” commissioned for last year’s Documenta.
Japan Modern: Photography from the Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck Collection and Japan Modern: Prints in the Age of Photography are on view at the Freer|Sackler through January 21.
Now lazy college students can meet their page counts a lot more easily.
This week on the High Line, 1,000 singers will come together to tell the diverse and personal stories of New Yorkers.
“It’s like watching a show and switching the channel. You can go from cartoons, to soap operas, to the news, to science fictions.”
Anonymous Syrian Artist SAINT HOAX’s Instagram performance launches in the wake of his MonuMental exhibition opening.