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.
Social Practice Queens will bring two projects, “Resistance Theatre” and “DebtBank,” to the Queens Museum on June 11.
Celebrate the publication of Resist Much / Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance with readings and more this Sunday, April 16.
Despite her unorthodox path, Jamillah James has established herself as a curator to watch.
Standing Fox, a leader of the Apache Stronghold movement, talks about how activism plays an important part in his life as an Apache artist.
Best known as the artist in residence at New York City’s Department of Sanitation, the septuagenarian Ukeles is having her first full retrospective, at the Queens Museum.
This list barely scratches the surface of the city’s artistic offerings this year, from overdue retrospectives to surprising sides of artists we know well.
Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro’s book Nonstop Metropolis charts the overlooked geographic history of New York City.
The Center for Artistic Activism organized a postcard campaign to remind the President-elect that he grew up in one of the most ethnically diverse places on Earth.