In Quartet (1981), now screening at Quad Cinema, filmmaker James Ivory explores sexual Stockholm syndrome and the persistence of patriarchy in seedy 1920s Paris.
The centerpiece of Summer Winds is a large scale, site specific architectural art installation called Silver Current by LA artist Patrick Shearn. On view from July 1 to September 30, 2019 in New Bedford, MA.
Elżbieta Podlesna’s house was raided and she was charged with “offending religious sentiment” in the central Polish city of Płock.
British artist Antony Gormley is the first to present new works on the island, a UNESCO world heritage monument and important site in Greek mythology, since was inhabited.
Zeitgeisty is perhaps the best word to describe the Brooklyn Museum’s popular exhibition, which takes for granted the idea that Kahlo’s artwork is merely an extension of her constructed persona.
A new play, Paul Swan is Dead and Gone, imagines the life of the late dancer, artist, and Andy Warhol muse once known as “The Most Beautiful Man in the World.”
The exhibition will feature twelve MFA candidates and will be on view from May 10 to 17 at Safe Gallery in Brooklyn.
Stephen Cartwright talks about turning his personal information into abstract sculpture.
The weapons manufacturer isn’t the only board member with ties to war profiteering and the Trump administration at a progressive institution like the Whitney Museum.
This film is not just the culmination of 11 years of storytelling within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also of Hollywood using action films to reenact 9/11.