This will be the 10th edition of the artist-led conference and “the last in its current form,” according to the organizers.
The results of an independent investigation into last years controversy pins much of the blame on the museum’s former director and former deputy director.
An open letter signed by 38 curators, artists, and academics praises Laura Raicovich and calls on art institutions to advance “cultural and social as well as political public discourse.”
Never Built New York at the Queens Museum explores almost two centuries of unrealized architecture through blueprints, drawings, a panorama, and a bouncy castle.
Patty Chang’s ecological art struggles with its own fatalism.
At the Queens Museum, an exhibition by Julia Weist and Nestor Siré explores Cuba’s underground media-sharing network.
Fallout from the cancellation and reinstating of the event, organized by Israel’s ambassador to the UN, raises concerns about how museums might do business in light of recent anti-BDS legislation.
Premiering this week, Andrea Mastrovito’s NYsferatu is an adaptation of 1922 silent film as a parable about the immigrant experience made using rotoscope animation.
At the Queens Museum, Ronny Quevedo uses the rules of sports as metaphors for the boundaries drawn in public space.
At the Queens Museum, the artist has applied colored pieces of vinyl tape to the atrium floor in the shapes of athletic field boundary lines.
A conference running June 30–July 2 brings together creators, curators, and scholars of South Asian American art from across the country.
Two group shows make the case that, even at its most innocuous, water still poses hidden dangers.