The Bronx Museum’s fifth biennial continues to focus its programming on individual identity, eliding the ever-divergent interests of the art market and local communities.
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Radical, Feminist Futures Blaze at the Bronx Museum
Born in Flames conjures entire worlds that respond to wounds inflicted by both capitalism and patriarchy.
In His New Works, Sanford Biggers Finds a Future Ethnography
In his new series, the artist has created 60 works created directly on or made from pre-1900 antique quilts.
Fluid Glimpses of a Queer Community on the Margins
More than portraits of the Piers, Alvin Baltrop’s photos become documentation of the AIDS crisis in the ’80s, which deeply impacted (and continues to impact) queer communities and communities of color.
peter campus Sees the Self in Video
In video ergo sum, the Bronx Museum of the Arts presents decades of work from the renowned Video artist
The Bronx Museum of the Arts Opens a Satellite Space in Lower Manhattan to Support Emerging Artists
The donated auxiliary location, opening in early 2019, will “bring the best of the Bronx into another space.”
How a Political Sociologist Fell into Photojournalism After a 1980 Trip to Iran
Following her initial trip, Randy Goodman returned to Iran multiple times, shifting her focus to the many women she encountered.