Every artwork at Arts in Bushwick seemed to be in dialogue with the uncertainty and unpredictability of the moment.
Running August 5 through 8, region(es): CENTRAL includes an exciting lineup of virtual workshops, artist talks, and outdoor screenings.
The exhibition will feature 11 recent MFA graduates and will be on view from July 26 to August 9 at Studio 10 Gallery in Bushwick.
As the neighborhood’s commercial real estate turns over to lure tech companies, many artists will have to look further east for affordable studio space.
As I went deeper into photographing my subjects I found a common thread between performers and spectators: they would give themselves over to both sexual and visual ways of participating.
While the artist population in Manhattan is in decline, the number of artists in the Bronx nearly doubled since 2000.
Fisher Parrish Gallery will open on April 14 with an exhibition of sculptural paperweights by more than 100 artists and designers.
Taking cash from McDonald’s to send artists to Europe to paint billboards, then leveraging those billboards to market the brand seems like a win to a businessman, less so to the artists.
The school’s studios for graduate students in Fine Arts are now all housed under one roof, in the hulking former Pfizer factory on Flushing Avenue.
Arts in Bushwick kicked off a more studio-centric program last weekend with a 300-artist exhibition and the release of Making History Bushwick, a nearly 500-page book telling the organization’s story and showcasing work by hundreds of local artists.
Currently on view in the project room at ART 3 in Bushwick are a half-dozen canvases by Deborah Brown, consisting of figures, some based literally, others emblematically, on the portrait styles of various historical periods.
Once actually home to a 99-cent store, 99¢ Plus Gallery currently resembles a business in the lighting district on the Bowery — one that would take the cake for the most eccentric wares along that electrified stretch.