The studio of the mid-century sculptor, located across from his eponymous museum in Long Island City, New York, received $4.5 million for its planned restoration and renovation.
“Six of the seven permanently laid off workers played key roles in last year’s effort to win union recognition and improve working conditions,” Local 814 tells Hyperallergic.
At the Queens neighborhood’s 4th Annual Fall Open Studios & Salon, artists favored installation, mixed media, and sculpture.
The video artist withdrew from Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011 days ahead of its public opening.
Employees of UOVO, a high-end art logistics company, launched a campaign to organize with Teamsters Local 814 earlier this month.
“The tactics used against us have been brutal, nasty, coercive,” said one of the workers employed by UOVO, a high-end art logistics company. “What we’re asking for is just the ability to bargain as equals.”
Amid the many exhibits at Printed Matter’s annual art book fair, a booth from Fournier Fine & Rare stands out with rare books and archival gems.
Materials for the Arts in Long Island City hosts its fifth annual Back to School Shopping Spree initiative, offering art teachers in public schools reusable items for their classes as an alternative to bearing the cost of art supplies.
What do we call an advertisement that becomes and advertisement for another advertisement? Postmodernism?
Gallery Nights, organized by LIC Arts Open, brings neighborhood art spaces together every month for after-hour events and exhibitions, encouraging connectivity between cultural spaces and the local community.
With their free interplay of image and text, Spero’s Codex Artaud and the even more ambitious Notes in Time are nothing less than a personal redefinition of the nature and meaning of visual art.
Cennetoğlu’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. is on view alongside a group exhibition presented through SculptureCenter’s open call commissioning program.