The 13 artists in Natural Wonders: The Sublime in Contemporary Art summon the raw power and unruliness of nature, and its ability to inspire awe.
A red light blinking from a gilded security camera greets visitors to Seven’s surveillance-themed Anonymity, no longer an option.
We are a long way from the panning 8-bit landscapes of early video games into fully immersive other worlds that can be explored as places in their own right. Some of these digital destinations are documented in a new online series called Other Places.
The impetus for the Bushwick Open Studios weekend is the concept of the “open studio.” It’s an opportunity for artists, curators and dealers to visit and talk to artists about their work in their spaces. But this past weekend, 56 Bogart Street served as a microcosm of the new Bushwick, where dealers with commercial galleries and artists with studios were presenting work to the public together, creating a larger event in which artists and dealers were functioning both in concert and at cross purposes at the same time.