New York Botanical Garden’s latest exhibition focuses on how food choices impact our world and features special picnic tables designed by Bronx artists.
“The space heater that caught fire wouldn’t have been necessary if the owners had provided adequate heat as required by law,” said the Architecture Lobby.
The proceeds will benefit the BDC’s community-centered initiatives and exhibitions.
Born in Flames conjures entire worlds that respond to wounds inflicted by both capitalism and patriarchy.
Experience Yayoi Kusama’s profound connection with nature. On view through October 31.
Cosmic Nature invites viewers to celebrate the artist’s joyful, creative energy after a year of loss and grieving.
Last August, the North Bronx Collective started cleaning up Tibbett’s Tail and have since opened a food distribution site at the park.
The BDC’s 6th annual photo auction benefit, open through October 22, features a diverse set of images that engage with issues of social justice and themes of social change.
“I didn’t want to be pigeonholed into that idea, the ‘COVID drawings.’ To me this was just part of a moment,’” she told Hyperallergic of her drawings depicting her fellow organizers and Bronx community.
The third edition of the Bronx Documentary Center’s annual Latin American Foto Festival features work by artists from Colombia, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, and Argentina who focus on social issues in the region.
IdeasCity Bronx, which was intended to feature a series of discussion panels and activities on climate change, was disrupted by activists and shut down.
The works in Figuring the Floral start a conversation, collaborate, and even merge with the natural beauty of the public garden and cultural center Wave Hill.