What struck me most about LJ Robert’s Carry You With Me is the way in which it depicts some of the complexity of queer New York.
Filmmakers Smriti Keshari and Eric Schlosser call into question the very notions of “control” or “safety” when it comes to nuclear devices.
Inspired by nuclear weapon control centers, the bomb at Pioneer Works begins with the first atom bomb tests and traces its story to the present day.
Applications are open from September 2-30 and will be reviewed by a jury of Alumni Residents from each discipline and experts in their fields.
PÒTOPRENS is an exhibition about Haitian artists that rebels against stereotypes of Haitian art.
Photographer Matthew Morrocco dons a morphsuit, and pays homage to Ellsworth Kelly, in one segment of an ongoing series about the body.
Since it was formed in 1996 by former students of composer and Fluxus member Takehisa Kosugi, Marginal Consort has gathered once every year to perform without any planning or rehearsal.
For her tattoo designs, Doreen Garner mined the Reanimation Library, a collection of obscure books, finding hand signals and “the occasional escalator going up into a vagina.”
A pair of exhibitions at Pioneer Works showcases Kathleen White’s commemorative artworks incorporating the hair of deceased friends and Nan Goldin’s photographs of White, who died in 2014.
A series of performances accompanying Pioneer Works’s Anthony McCall exhibition will find musicians soloing alongside his dramatic, dancing light art.
Doreen Garner and Kenya (Robinson)’s two-person exhibition examines the bloody history of white male supremacy and evokes the notion of karmic retribution.
From project spaces off the beaten track to nonprofits in Dumbo, galleries in Bushwick, and the Brooklyn Museum, there was so much strong work in the borough this year.