In Karen Azoulay’s mesmerizing video art, the artist and her collaborators don gem-encrusted masks and sample bits of nature.
Silverstein Properties is launching a new art residency at 3 World Trade Center, but in 2017, their art residency inside a nearby building failed to pay dozens of artists.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union Culture Group have expressed their solidarity with Ahdaf Soueif, who recently resigned from the board and cited the museum’s endorsement of the oil company BP, its silence on the restitution of cultural artifacts, and labor issues as reasons for her resignation.
Thinking of a Place fosters a feeling that we are seeing just a slice of what’s out there, potentially leaving us with a desire to experience the full picture of place.
We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming documentary Jay Myself, and are giving away 10 pairs of tickets for screenings at Film Forum.
The exhibition will feature 11 recent MFA graduates and will be on view from July 26 to August 9 at Studio 10 Gallery in Bushwick.
At the Broad’s iteration of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, there is scarcely a work that does not demonstrate how deeply we are struggling with the same issues that concerned Black artists a half-century ago.
Acclaimed writer Ed Brubaker talks to Hyperallergic about his new book Bad Weekend, the historical poor treatment of comics creators, and the differences between writing for comics and film.