An inaugural exhibition of light-based sculptures by eight artists, inspired by the many lighting stores on Manhattan’s Bowery, opens this Saturday, September 18.
The Met Gala moved forward last night with the laughably dystopian theme of “American Independence.”
Visitors to the William Vale Hotel can experience interactive, mind-bending projections and more at the immersive exhibition Cascade, on view through October 24.
The permanent installation in Williamsburg features anthropomorphic moons and suns, watching over wild, celebratory scenes.
From bread sculptures to fabric galore, the pent up energy of the pandemic was overflowing at this grassroots art fair that continues to wow.
At Future Fair, collaborative presentations by 34 galleries challenge the traditional fair model.
Art fairs always seem to privilege and fete consumptive behavior. But they also give me an opportunity to reconnect, to revisit, to see an artist’s work, and share the brilliance of my community.
A comic artist strolling through Spring Break spots a seersucker suit, spiders, and a giant sliced ham, among other curiosities.
Much of what the media deems important coverage of the attacks is in fact retraumatizing gawking or empty nationalism.
The protest relaunch will kick off a week of activities and organizing leading up to a city-wide action on September 17 under the slogan “Globalize the Intifada.”
Portfolios and prints by the iconic Pop artist take over the historic Gramercy Park club in New York City. Admission is free.
Courses are available in a variety of subjects including fine arts, film, art & activism, visual narrative, and more. Fall courses begin September 20.