Crys Yin’s subject is grief, which, for all that takes place in public, is largely a private matter.
Crys Yin’s exhibition arrives at a time when Orientalism is still rife and often left unchecked within the art world.
If we’re going to protest continuously for four years, we might as well keep it aesthetically interesting.
There was a palpable prevalence of work dealing, unconventionally, with human figures and more or less natural landscapes at this weekend’s open studios event in Gowanus.
As the neighborhood reeled from the news that hundreds of artists are being forced to leave one of its biggest studio complexes, Gowanus became a hotbed of activity this past weekend during Gowanus Open Studios.