The petition calls on the academy to “immediately remove” Eileen Guggenheim from her post as chair of the school’s board of trustees, noting allegations made by Maria Farmer, one of Epstein’s alleged victims.
New revelations show the sex offender’s close ties to the New York Academy of Art, where he served as a board member, and M.I.T. Media Lab, to which he donated almost $1 million
While the Whitney Museum retrospective celebrates his long career, two smaller New York shows cull from Warhol Factory closets important ephemera that illuminate his body of work and his relationship to art making.
There’s a palpable sense of anxiety in the school’s 2018 MFA thesis exhibition, although whether it’s fueled by general post-graduation anxieties, political dysfunction, or some other factor is unclear.
On Wednesday night, art writers and critics Stephanie Cash, Jessica Lynne, Yasmeen Siddiqui, and Jason Stopa gather to talk shop and take questions at the New York Academy of Art.
This January at the New York Academy of Art, 11 students sculpted faces for 11 unidentified crime victims as part of a Forensic Sculpture Workshop.
Beautiful Beast, a show that opened at the New York Academy of Art last week, is situated at the intersection of the monstrous and sublime.
Last month, students in the Forensic Sculpture Workshop at the New York Academy of Art (NYAA) made faces for 11 anonymous skulls belonging to unidentified victims of crimes.
The Figure: Painting Drawing and Sculpture, Contemporary Perspectives has the look of a high-end coffee table decoration, but don’t judge this book just by its Martha Mayer Erlebacher cover.
Viewing living anatomy is an essential component of many art educations, but rare are the classes where this extends beyond humans.
I walked into the exhibition space at the New York Academy of Art recently and was blown away. The current exhibition The Big Picture presents a surprising and considered look at an alternate kind of large-scale painting. Five figurative artists involved with the institution in some way present monumental canvases based at least partly on the human figure.
Wandering through five jam-packed floors of art student studios at the New York Academy of Art MFA Open Studios last Friday, I realized that despite the Academy’s emphasis on traditional figural art, many artists transcended this stricture through the use of multiple medias to depict nature-inflected whimsy or psychological disturbance.