Bryan Zanisnik’s “Silk Monument” features archival images to honor the contributions of Syrian and Armenian migrants who worked in New Jersey silk mills.
Among the letter’s signatories are past presidents of the Association of Art Museum Directors.
Curated by J. Vanessa Lyon, the show offers a meditation on the gendering and racialization of girlhood. On view through August 1.
The five-artist exhibition will be accompanied by a roster of public programming hosted at all of Mana’s locations in Jersey City, Chicago, and Miami.
The interdisciplinary art center in Frenchtown, NJ presents transformative art, fosters unexpected collaborations, and incubates original new work.
Peters Valley began as an experimental colony, eventually evolving into a craft school of prominent women blacksmiths, ceramicists, and fiber artists.
New Jersey’s largest art tour is an extravaganza of exhibitions, artist talks, demonstrations, and performances, on view online from October 1 to 4.
The works on view consider traditional models of shelter, as well as unconventional perceptions of home, relief, and sanctuary.
Norman Bluhm transformed the vocabulary we associate with the gestural branch of Abstract Expressionism into something that others of the so-called Second Generation did not pursue, much less attain.
The Tri-State Relief Fund will give $2,000 grants to freelance and contracted workers, including art handlers, archivists, and others.
Over the course of 50 years, Allan Stone amassed a vast art collection, acquiring works that spoke to him regardless of trends or differing opinions. The auction runs November 8, 2019.
Our critic discovers art by Karen Leo, Carly Silverman, Eric Magnuson, Hadieh Afshani, Jinkee Choi, and Loura van der Meule.