More than 50 artists have submitted drawings for a coloring book that will help fund a permanent home for the new art school.
Azikiwe Mohammed’s kitschy, immersive installation presents weighty themes of Black identity.
The artist has set up a Kickstarter to find backers for the wearable art and raise funds for immigrants targeted by I.C.E.
From Ralph Ziman’s massive Ziman sculpture to Uthman Wahaab’s painterly critiques of technology, this art fair devoted to contemporary African art is packed with fascinating projects of every kind.
DJ Susan Z Anthony will play music spanning the late 1950s to the mid-’70s at Azikiwe Mohammed’s fictional thrift store.
Artist Azikiwe Mohammed has set up a free, temporary portrait studio at Long Gallery Harlem.
For their second fair this year, the organizers of Spring/Break have set up shop in a multiuse development in Downtown Brooklyn.
On Tuesday, at the preview of the Spring/Break Art Show, a writer I know told me she’d been sent there on an assignment to cover the “little” fairs surrounding the Armory Show.