The Brooklyn-based painter and conceptual sculptor is debuting new work at his first independent solo presentation in New York City.
@busch_hall provides a virtual space to reimagine German art and identity through the lens of Harvard’s Busch-Reisinger Museum, which has been reinventing itself since 1903.
Santa Fe art organizations Vital Spaces, MAIDA, and Warehouse 21 collaborated on this interactive experience highlighting connections between local artists.
The new exhibition Wayne Thiebaud Influencer: A New Generation celebrates the UC Davis professor’s legacy at work today.
Now open in the Hudson Valley, two new exhibitions at the Hessel Museum of Art highlight the intimacy of works on paper and the under-examined “Pattern and Decoration” movement.
Designed to take place in a retail storefront, this public art installation addresses our culture of consumption and convenience through humor, puppetry, and craft.
A new exhibition highlights the first 15 years of the internationally celebrated artist’s career.
The Japanese-American photographer’s entire Nuclear Enchantment series is on view at the Connecticut museum through October 10.
In a series of vignettes compiled by the University of Michigan, the video zine Daisy Chain features the perspectives of nine artists during this time of reentry.
For its third year, Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute launches free public art exhibitions and numerous programs to reenergize a downtown community.
All four films featured in Art in Focus: The Provocation of Conditions can be viewed exclusively on the center’s website from June 21 through August 23.
At the core of Yael Bartana: Redemption Now is the commissioned video work “Malka Germania,” which the artist produced at historically charged locations across Berlin.