Rather than lamenting the holes he finds in the social and material fabric of his culture, Justin Sterling fills them with stories and novel vistas.
The beloved gallery, which gave exhibition opportunities to emerging artists and curators, cited a “confluence of resource challenges and a shifting environment for non-profits” as the reason for its closing after its current season.
The gallery NURTUREart has been transformed into a government bureau to help citizens negotiate climate change’s psychological and logistical challenges.
The museum, which preserves the history of one of the first free Black communities in New York, says that if a new crowdfunding campaign does not yield $200,000 before July, it will be forced to shut its doors for lack of resources.
Zeitgeisty is perhaps the best word to describe the Brooklyn Museum’s popular exhibition, which takes for granted the idea that Kahlo’s artwork is merely an extension of her constructed persona.
The exhibition will feature twelve MFA candidates and will be on view from May 10 to 17 at Safe Gallery in Brooklyn.
Revisiting the movies made by Black American filmmakers, which could only really be fully appreciated decades later.
Visit DUMBO and Vinegar Hill for the open studios on Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 1–6pm.
“A Time for Seditious Speech” aims to show that speech can serve as a call to direct action, sometimes even violence.
Sanford Wurmfeld’s magic is partially the result of a mistake he made in 1985.
Discover the bold work of emerging fine arts talent at Pratt Shows. New exhibits open every Monday, 5–8 pm on the Brooklyn campus through mid-May.
An interactive panel with Commissioner Ana M. Bermúdez, Jammal Lemy, Hank Willis Thomas, niv Acosta, and Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl on Tuesday, April 9, 7–9 pm at Pratt Institute.