The 2016 Emerging Artist exhibit at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens includes a truck full of butterflies, and a gathering of Christopher Walken heads.
Buildings, in New York City especially, are so overwhelmingly big that they can sometimes seem to occupy our space and not the other way around.
Every five years MoMA and MoMA PS1 team up to take the pulse of New York City’s contemporary art scene, filling the latter institution with works made recently by artists based in the metropolitan area.
Now that we’ve had almost 24 hours to process everything we saw during this year’s Bushwick Open Studios, some clear favorites have emerged.
In his studio, an artist stenciled unicorns to disco music, while upstairs a poetry reading was taking place in the same room as a makeshift tattoo parlor.
Artists Liene Bosquê and Nicole Seisler are roaming the streets of the Lower East Side in April with a cart full of clay, ready to be pressed by willing hands onto the built environment.