Though the exhibition is a little bit all over the map, there are some real gems to be found here.
Happy Public Domain Day! From Stieglitz to Severini, 12 Artists Whose Work Is Now Copyright-Free
January 1 was Public Domain Day — here’s a look at artists whose work is leaving copyright behind this year (although not in the United States).
The Vast Possibilities of Tiny Collage and Assemblage
You might want to bring your reading glasses to The Tiny Picture Show at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, because some of the suckers on view are really tiny.
Thrills, Fantasy, and Nightmares in 150 Years of Art Inspired by Coney Island
Coney Island has a history as dizzying as any of the roller coasters, carousels, sideshows, and other frenetic attractions that have operated on its piece of Brooklyn shore.
Artists of the Dark: “Night Visions: Nocturnes in American Art, 1860–1960”
Nighttime darkness compresses space and alters colors, making ordinary places both more terrifying and more freeing, changing the social dynamic of those who walk in them.
A Guide to the 20th-Century Artists’ Graves of New York City
Following our exploration of the artist graves in New York City from the 19th and early 20th centuries, we continue into the 20th and 21st centuries.
The Triumph of Revisionism: The Whitney’s American Century
With America Is Hard to See, the exhibition inaugurating its luminous new Renzo Piano building, the Whitney has reclaimed its role among the city’s museums as the engine of the new.