The New York-based, globally linked, and practice-focused curatorial program for professionals at the School of Visual Arts offers the opportunity to create three funded exhibitions.
Curated by RJ Rushmore, this NYC exhibition features David Wojnarowicz, Swoon, and other artists who use posters to question beauty standards, capitalism, and ownership of public space.
Catch a broad range of artists, publishers, antiquarian booksellers, and more from October 13 through 16 at the fair’s historic first location in Chelsea.
The artist says her sculpture of a mother figure, located at the southeast entrance of the park, represents “a guide to search and honor our past histories.”
A new pilot fellowship program will grant New York City Tri-State arts organizations an opportunity to showcase their community’s work.
The National Museum of the American Indian’s exhibition Native New York wants to change how visitors see Native people and New York State.
Paper is all about ease, comfort, and approachability, and it’s gratifying when artworks embody these values.
Featuring more than 180 works by iconic artists, the exhibition is the last project conceived and curated by the late art historian, curator, and critic Germano Celant.
Programming in New York City consists of conversations, screenings, reading, and research about work that enacts transformation.
Curated by Irish author Colm Tóibín, this NYC exhibition explores Joyce as he created his groundbreaking novel through rare publications, portraits, correspondence, and more.
The initiative raises questions about whether the city’s open call devalues art.
From September 8 to 11, the fair will showcase top modern and contemporary paper-based art from 95 galleries, including works from Bang Geul Han, Yuko Nishikawa, and more.