Anina Gerchick’s “Birdlink” is a year-round sculpture of native plants that serves as a habitat for New York City’s local and migrating birds.
Arts and cultural organizations have voiced their fears of changing socioeconomic standards on the island, and laid out a plan to maintain the public space in the face of gentrification.
Flarmingos is an ongoing augmented reality project, on Governors Island in New York, in which artist Kristin Lucas asks people to join digital flamingos in a dance of ecological awareness.
Artists in both exhibitions were inspired by the harbor itself and how it has been a witness to immigrant narratives.
In its 10th edition, the Governors Island Art Fair in New York expands its installations into 1920s barracks.
Kameelah Janan Rasheed’s exhibition on Governors Island is overwhelming in its maximalism as it attempts to address the enormous issue of blackness.
The nine artists participating in AIR Gallery’s inaugural residency program on Governors Island will welcome visitors into their studios on July 29 and 30.
The curatorial scheme of the Race and Revolution exhibition at Nolan Park on Governors Island is bold and seditious.
The Michael Richards exhibition on Governors Island, curated by Alex Fialho and Melissa Levin, proves what an astonishing loss it was when the artist was killed on 9/11.
The circular sandstone fort of Castle Williams has had numerous identities since it was completed on Governors Island in 1811, from New York City harbor defense to Civil War barracks to military prison.
British artist Rachel Whiteread and curator Tom Eccles discussed both the Unabomber and Henry David Thoreau’s Walden in considering the form and isolation of the American cabin.
This is an artistically rich summer for Governors Island.