For her Hauser & Wirth debut, Sherald restructures historical notions of blackness through the use of grisaille.
Paula Alaszkiewicz, Maude Bass-Krueger, Alexis Romano, Susan Hiner, and Francesca Granata talk war time fashion, ready-made fashion, and more starting October 7.
Film poet Manfred Kirchheimer shows off beautiful restored footage he shot in NYC from 1958 to 1960 in Free Time.
This week, artist studios in Nova Scotia, Maine, New York, and California.
Ford Foundation President Darren Walker has published a response to New York City’s criminal justice community, which is organizing the protest at the Ford Foundation today. He writes: “The Ford Foundation is unwavering in its commitment to ending mass incarceration. We envision a world where people are not locked up in cages, treated inhumanely, and stripped of their dignity. To work toward this goal we support a range of initiatives and organizations working to eradicate the harmful footprint of mass incarceration and protect and promote the humanity and dignity of all people.”
From Bangkok to New York City, Cindy Trinh’s documentary photography series No Boundaries captures Asian and Asian-American experiences through food, labor, and culture.
Enjoy more than 140 open studios, gallery shows, dance and musical performances, mural tours, and so much more from October 3-6, 2019.
A showcase of contemporary art and craft made of glass demonstrates how this millennia-old material continues to adapt effortlessly to our own era.
Also, the 2019 MacArthur “Genius” grants have been announced, a $6.5 million Cimabue painting was discovered, and more.
Plus, a previously lost masterwork by Eugène Delacroix is heading to Houston, and a Banksy auction subtitled “I can’t believe you morons actually buy this sh*t” sold $1.3 million worth of the artist’s work.
PEN America has launched a comprehensive online resource that provides practical guidance for university administrators and students.
Firefighters were delayed from doing more than monitoring the blaze at the Heidelberg Project site due to a succession of five non-working fire hydrants — possibly the result of ongoing water main repairs.