The museum has faced widespread criticism after announcing an exhibition primarily featuring artworks purchased from Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 benefit sales.
Institutions will be allowed to welcome visitors at 25% capacity, and they must enforce face coverings, among other safety measures.
Learn to fold an origami lotus, inspire hope and transformation, and contribute your folded flower to an installation at the Rubin Museum of Art.
A report commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs describes a grim landscape for the city’s cultural sector amid COVID-19, with a notable difference in impact between large and small nonprofits.
This year’s LMCC annual festival offers New Yorkers free public works by four distinct artists, on view until August 30.
This week, theaters across the nation began repurposing their spaces in support of protesters fighting anti-Black police violence. A few museums are joining. Will the rest of the art world step up?
Here are Black bodies in motion which Lewis freezes in time to remake into patterns of overlapping leaves or the stars of shrunken constellations.
While postwar Korean artists are celebrated in the West, the strongest painters of the next generation remain under-known.
The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, videos, photographs, and works on paper by 28 artists. On view March 5–April 5.
Your useful guide to the fairs and exhibitions of interest this week.
The exhibition, curated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, is on view through May 16, 2020. Admission is free.
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