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.
Printed Matter’s 14th annual New York Art Books Fair kicks off on Thursday night with a preview at MoMA PS1.
The artist requested that the museum close the installation in January after construction on a neighboring luxury condo encroached on the work’s view.
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.
Hamilton’s immersive installation allows visitors to wrestle with a mysterious land, its racial realities, and its mythic past.
At MoMA PS1, Spero’s work is presented with current political and cultural contexts in mind.
The juxtaposition of Guogu’s concurrent solo shows is a call to substitute a more rigorous and nuanced critical focus for ready-made stereotypical tropes in understanding contemporary Chinese art.
Hyperallergic sat down with Edgar Heap of Birds to discuss his current exhibition at MoMA PS1.
The Lebanese artist’s first US retrospective reveals a haunting mythology of lands in ruins and new beginnings.
The festival will feature live performances, film workshops, and panels celebrating a variety of music communities.
After reports of an intruding luxury condo development, the artist requested that the museum close the work until the project’s construction scaffolding is no longer visible.
In the immortal words of Joni Mitchell, “They paved paradise and put up a
parking lot massive skyscraper.”