One key to understanding Diao’s art is that he has long worked with a reductive geometric vocabulary, while always pushing back against any of postmodernism’s reductive narratives.
Cate Giordano’s immersive tableaux hurl the viewer headfirst into a historical clusterfuck that eerily recalls the present day.
Due to the pandemic, museums and galleries are now creating virtual experiences. Here’s what it’s like to visit them.
William Powhida reorients our perspective away from the individuals who lead and fundraise for cultural institutions and redirects it toward international flows of capital.
The Turkish-American artist Serkan Özkaya and the novelist Augustus Rose discuss their fascinations with Duchampian detective work at Postmasters Gallery on Wednesday.
In a series of photographs with her father, Polish artist Aneta Bartos pushes, teases, and challenges our notions of families, bodies, and sexuality.
On February 12, artist Molly Crabapple will deliver a “lecture for the end of the world” by the pseudonymous philosopher Fuck Theory at Postmasters Gallery.
The centerpiece of Monica Cook’s new exhibition at Postmasters Gallery is the stop-motion video “Milk Tooth,” which brings to life a vivid and dystopian alternate world.
Nidaa Badwan’s 100 Days of Solitude explores the refuge she found in her 100-square-foot room in Gaza during the course of 20 months.
Many New Yorkers were sad to hear of Tekserve’s imminent closing, especially artists who work in new media, video, or otherwise incorporate the use of Apple products into their practices.
Tucked into a side wall at Postmasters Gallery in Tribeca, as part of a handsome group show called Grayscale, there are five new drawings by William Powhida, one of which is titled “Is Donald Trump an Existential Threat? Or Just A Major Asshole…”
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