Seventeen years later, Artists Space is screening Laura Cottingham and Leslie Singer’s The Anita Pallenberg Story, which uses the Rolling Stones as a lens into the white privilege of the art world.
Artists and activists involved in the Decolonize This Place residency at Artists Space reflect on its successes and how they can be models for future actions.
A group of people leaving the closing party of Decolonize This Place at the Tribeca nonprofit Artists Space were attacked by men who identified themselves as supporters of Donald Trump.
An open letter to the new director of Artists Space from the people involved in the Decolonize This Place residency.
A number of arts organizations and groups are creating spaces for people to gather, think, talk, and listen.
During the panel discussion “Chinatown Is Not For Sale,” members of the Chinatown Art Brigade presented an eight-point pledge of resistance for artists and gallery owners.
What I saw when I stepped from the elevator and entered the hush of the Artists Space gallery was barely anything: a red raincoat on the wall, some honey-colored wood benches that looked as if they belonged in a courtroom, and some odd steel contraptions on the floor.
Occasionally, we are forced to venture beyond Brooklyn to see art.
Spurred by the reintroduction of the ART Act (American Royalties Too) to Congress, last night Artists Space hosted a public forum on the issue of artist resale royalties (ARRs).
Today the United States Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage — henceforth known simply as “marriage” — is protected by the Constitution.
For the last several years now, as the credits roll at the end of her films, artist Hito Steyerl’s name, rather than appearing alongside the typical “Written and Directed by,” is listed with roles (or non-roles) considerably more blurred and expressionistic.
Christy Rupp burst onto the New York art scene with “Rat Patrol,” a street art response to the sanitation strike of 1979.