From botanical sketches to art inspired by af Klint’s spiritual practice, lesser-known works by the Swedish artist arrived at the Lightforms Art Center.
Some community members have opposed the Children’s Museum of Manhattan plans to relocate to a former church on the Upper West Side.
Volta was hot, sticky, and crowded. Independent might make you swoon. One visitor calls Art on Paper “more real.”
The acclaimed filmmaker remarked, “It’s still so shocking to me that in current times the big, white, strong man with the big voice holds any appeal to anybody.”
From art about environmental recklessness to Caribbean post-coloniality, Armory kicked off the spring art fair season in spite of growing coronavirus concerns.
New York dealer Raquelle Azran told artist An Nguyen that their presence “would unfortunately create hesitation on the part of the audience to enter the exhibition space.”
The raccoon is one of the most popular animals on social media. But the human obsession with the scavengers predates the internet by thousands of years.
The political, dynastic, and religious machinations of this era should have provided ample material for a meaty exploration of the relationship between art and power.
Also, Dominican artists organized a “vigil for democracy” in Times Square after elections in the island were suspended; Norway plans to demolish a building famous for Picasso murals, and more.