The multiform artist quietly coaxes us to see the world as a means to look inward.
An exhibition divided into eight chapters, Chlöe Bass offers us the residue of social exchange for the audience to examine.
An exhibition at Nurture Art features evolving collections of art and testimony from people too often left out of official histories.
The Visible Hand looks at how artists themselves build institutions, are managers, and are very much a part of and influenced by the systems their work moves through.
Arts in Bushwick, the producer of New York City’s largest summer kickoff/open-studios event, broke hearts six weeks ago when it announced that this year’s Bushwick Open Studios would be held in October, not June.
“There are no rules on this bus.”
PORTLAND, Ore. — For the first time the New York art nonprofit Eyebeam has brought an exhibition to the West Coast and, unironically, chose Portland.
Life in New York is shaped by relationship to property.
One real estate frontier at a time, the narrative of artist-led gentrification has become naturalized as something close to an economic law. Williamsburg will surely replace Soho as the textbook example in the next edition, and everyone knows that Bushwick is next.