Should a struggling public library be used as a shrine to a billionaire’s glamorous life?
The restoration of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch is the first extensive repairing of the monument since the 1990s.
Visitors to the main branch today were disappointed to find the space closed for a “special event,” which some speculate might involve Jay-Z and Beyoncé.
Max Kolomatsky has amassed a TikTok following for his redesigns of street posters and signs for local residents and small businesses.
The Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist discusses their recent foray into weaving and how photographs can challenge the seemingly static images in our minds.
The trans artist, curator, and singer unpacks the abstract regulations imposed on the body by gender binaries and geography.
Housed in a dynamic new facility in Brooklyn, the non-profit arts organization provides shared facilities and resources to experienced ceramics artists.
The Brooklyn-based trans woman and interspecies artist creates installations that invite solidarity with all living beings.
For the Brooklyn-based trans artist, traditional modes of displaying art are akin to the gender binary — and he simply won’t be contained.
Nicholas Galanin’s 30-foot artwork in Brooklyn Bridge Park references an iconic Robert Indiana artwork to enact a critique of settler colonialism.
The 32 houses on the newly designated stretch of Linden Street represent a hodgepodge of styles from Neo-Grec to Romanesque Revival.
In a world where humans exploit snails as extractable resources, artist David Colosi’s latest exhibition asks us to consider their individualism.