McMansions are the houses many of us love to hate, and we invited Kate Wagner, aka McMansion Hell, to talk oversized buildings of wealth and status and what they all mean.
A new exhibition explores the “Rebel Women” of 19th-century New York, and we talk to curator Marcela Micucci to discover the stories of these largely forgotten figures.
As New York cultural leaders listen to the concerns of immigrant communities, we talk about the challenges of immigrant advocacy in the art world, and then Zachary Small interviews Emma Sulkowicz about the #MeToo movement.
After two actions led by ACT UP activists encouraged the Whitney Museum to change a wall label, we went looking for people who could tell us who Wojnarowicz was and help us decipher his complex life and art.
Members of MoMA’s biggest union have been working over 80 days without a contract, and we ask them to explain what’s going on.
We talk to Susan Unterberg, the person behind the Anonymous Was a Woman foundation that gives $25,000 — no strings attached — to female artists over 40 and then we discuss a boxing exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum.
Curator Monika Fabijanska talks about her exhibition The Un-Heroic Act, and arts journalist Barbara Pollack chats about her new book on an emerging generation of Chinese contemporary artists.
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