Evidence, the inaugural show at Nicola Vassell Gallery, emphasizes Smith’s track record as a photographer who both loves and riffs on the language of her medium.
A redesign proposal approved today involves adding a bronze outline of the statue’s former pedestal outside the American Museum of Natural History.
The location of Maya Lin’s “Ghost Forest” next to the Flatiron building evokes for me, a Filipina American, the legacy of the architect Daniel Burnham.
The donation of Ashley Bryan’s work marks the Morgan’s first major acquisition of work by a Black children’s author and illustrator.
The Strong National Museum of Play will collect scripts, set designs, props, and more.
Just three years after he first devoted himself to art, Wong assembled an abstract vocabulary to create an entire world that is parallel to ours.
Rather than identifying with a style or brand, Klaus Kertess was remarkably independent in his choices, and was not averse to risks.
For Mayer, the passage of time is imbued with a sense of melancholy, of something already lost to the past.
While the pandemic dominated their final year, these artists nonetheless explore broader issues. Here are some highlights.
Launching on Juneteenth, the Brooklyn Public Library’s newest initiative examines six decades of Black-led activism in the borough.
In her first US solo museum show, Hill invites reflection on tobacco’s mass consumption while underscoring its long Indigenous history.
“The Red Stage has been a beautiful site for holding our shared grief and finding joy together through it all,” explains co-organizer Diya Vij.