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.
Sarah Sudhoff’s and Jo Broughton’s photographs of sex toys and porn sets do not shock or sensationalize. Instead, they provoke curiosity about a topic likely to engender disgust or nonchalance in another’s hands.
Traveling between Red Hook and Manhattan by ferry, an AI app talks to the water — and gets the water to talk back.
In their vast installation at Pioneer Works, artists Brent Stewart and Willie Stewart provide visitors with many ominous clues and leave them to figure out the connections.
Organizers behind five alternative pedagogical projects participating in the inaugural Alternative Art School Fair discuss the problems with conventional art education and their unique approaches to fixing them.
A number of arts organizations and groups are creating spaces for people to gather, think, talk, and listen.
Somewhere in Artpark, the 108-acre state park in Lewiston, New York, is buried an Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser covered in tar and filled with 30 suitcases packed with consumer goods such as cigarettes, condoms, and magazines from Reader’s Digest to Playboy.
We never get tired of traveling around Brooklyn to see art. From the scrappy galleries of Bushwick to the emerging nonprofits of Red Hook, here are our picks for the best art in our beloved borough this year.
After the atomic bomb that led to the deaths of over 100,000 people exploded in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, artists Iri and Toshi Maruki entered the destroyed city
Robyn Renee Hasty is an artist who is drawn to the challenges presented by obsolete technologies.
It may at first thought seem odd that the newest addition to Frieze Week in New York is a fair devoted to contemporary African art.
Concurrent surveys of new American art in two specific media — New American Sculpture at FiveMyles and Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography at Pioneer Works — reinforce just how interdisciplinary their respective fields have become.