Doreen Garner and Kenya (Robinson)’s two-person exhibition examines the bloody history of white male supremacy and evokes the notion of karmic retribution.
The works in Stranger Things at Outpost Artists Resources highlight the high stakes of our attitudes toward human bodies.
On May 20, Kenya (Robinson) and Illya Szilak will discuss health and sexuality issues in prisons, through the lens of fleshlights.
The 2016 edition of Art in Odd Places included a monument to Henrietta Lacks, a “Red Line” archive, and roving dialogues on the theme of race.
If people were complaining that The Independent was a scene with its cooler-than-thou veneer of globalization and slightly aloof exhibitors and audience, than they probably hadn’t seen The Dependent art fair, which was the dictionary definition of “art scene.” For four hours on a Friday night, two floors of the Four Points Sheraton hotel on West 25th St was transformed into an art fair for 16 galleries from near and far. These staples of the downtown scene staged their own hotel room fair as if to seemingly to prove how much they could pack two floors of this non-descript Chelsea hotel.