The final stage of the museum’s $400 million renovation includes 40,000 square feet of additional space and a new focus on overlooked, non-white artists.
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.
The committee originally recommended honoring groups instead of individuals to showcase the collaborative efforts of New York women. The city had another idea.
But will taxpayers foot the bill, paying for the exhibition’s shipment and reinstallation at JFK International Airport?
In the immortal words of Joni Mitchell, “They paved paradise and put up a
parking lot massive skyscraper.”
Here are our favorite NYC shows of 2018 (excluding Brooklyn), compiled by the writers and editors of Hyperallergic.
Exhibiting a series of images from only one day effectively gives viewers a sense of this historical moment.
Artists and designers in the six-month residency program receive studio space and a stipend. Applications are due October 15 for the February–July, 2019 session.
The SACI alumna approaches photography from a cinematic point of view, building an environment for her actor to inhabit. Inside is on view through November 14.
An exhibit highlights the published and unpublished photos Kubrick snapped between 1945 and 1960, before he became the renowned filmmaker.
A group of contemporary artists re-imagine the African Diaspora through references to the landscape, masks, clothes, and adornments.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, a “Fearless Girl” fan, hopes Arturo Di Modica’s “Charging Bull” will move with it.