Part 2 of Pratt’s MFA thesis exhibition is all about depicting the toxic capitalist, racist, misogynistic, transphobic status quo in the US.
Arts nonprofit Smack Mellon’s Gravity Racers benefit party continues a 20-year local New York tradition.
On May 6, come watch the races, party, and leave with a work of art — all in support of the Brooklyn arts organization!
It is surprisingly rare to come across an activist artwork as succinct and conceptually together as Jordan Corine Cruz’s “Face Each Other, Burn Together.”
A tiny room with painted tile flooring, intricate self-portraits, and textiles made of plastic waste were among the most beguiling works in the first half of the MFA thesis exhibition.
The visual artists, performers, and media makers selected as residents receive $2,500 stipends, mentorship, documentation of their work, and more.
The exhibition features newly commissioned works by 12 acclaimed Black contemporary artists such as Carrie Mae Weems, Theaster Gates, and more.
Ayanna Dozier, Ilana Harris-Babou, Meena Hasan, Lucia Hierro, Catherine Opie, Chuck Ramirez, and Pacifico Silano explore the myths of the American Dream at Brooklyn’s BRIC House.
The two-part exhibition features the work of 41 graduating artists across disciplines, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and integrated practices.
Through artworks that encourage viewers to explore varied vantages, Kamiya conveys her accrued wisdom and experiences without the weight of their pain.
Jimmy DeSana’s work remains transgressive, even by today’s standards.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music will screen Camille Billops and James Hatch’s unique films centering Black American life, sexuality, and social issues.