While Sculpture Center and MOMA PS1 have shown interest in exhibiting “THE ROCK,” sculptors Pam Lins and Halsey Rodman say the ongoing installation “could disappear at any moment.”
From sunrise to sunset, the Afield will present a new multimedia performance which mines the details and redactions of the Mueller report.
In a letter, organization leadership cited the financial pressures of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as the reason for the decision.
The artworks, which include significant pieces by Lucas Cranach the Elder and Francesco Botticini, are estimated to accrue $2.3 million to $3.5 million in total at Christie’s today, October 15.
Few artists unlock the optical potential of black better than Joan Witek, whose compositions hum with subtle illusions.
Snuggle up (with a member of your household) on the museum’s steps and catch works by artists including Howardena Pindell, Jeffrey Gibson, and Adama Delphine Fawundu.
The socially distanced, self-guided art exhibit featuring renowned and emerging Brooklyn artists opens the weekend of October 17 and 18.
A razor-sharp rebuke of Hollywood’s penchant for stoking white supremacist fantasies, Osmundine (Orchid Slap) shatters any illusion that conforming to the standards of respectability will ever reward you.
Union organizers at the Brooklyn Academy of Music said the coronavirus caused them to shift their bargaining priorities to job security.
The governor will appoint a commission to select an artist and choose a location for the statue of the Brooklyn-born Supreme Court justice.
Former and current workers have stepped forward to decry the behavior of executive leadership at the Brooklyn Museum, denouncing “the harm and daily mistreatment” of workers of color.
Tenants of the 40-year-old collective of artists and organizers in Fort Greene say that the building’s owner and her family have used tactics of “surveillance, intimidation, and harassment” to force them out of the building.