Even if the overall theme seems unrelated to much of the work on display, this art show has a way of allowing curators and artists to realize their own unique visions.
Archival Slides from the Metropolitan Museum Find New Life as Artworks
After sitting in storage space, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s thousands of 35-millimeter slides found a new home at the Department of Cultural Affairs’s reuse center, Material for the Arts.
How Do Artists Feel About Art Fairs?
Art fairs are a bit like the shopping malls of the art world.
Jam-Packed Spring/Break Art Show Pulls into Moynihan Station
In its fourth year, Spring/Break Art Show is temporarily transforming the disused offices of Moynihan Station into an art fair based on the theme of “transaction.”
The Brucennial: Piece By Piece (Part 1 of 5)
Five minutes. That’s how long it took me to figure out that I needed not only to review the Brucennial, but that I needed to review all of it. Piece by piece by piece. I owed it to them, some kind of return gesture. I didn’t keep count. I just kept moving. Somebody else can clean up the mess. As John and Exene sang, “The world’s a mess. It’s in my kiss.” But you know what? It’s in yours’ too. So, yes, Bruces. That was my tongue down your collective throat. And now my mouth tastes like cigarettes. Thank you.