The films of Distance Noguchi show the empty museum’s famous sculpture garden faintly stirred by the wind, the gentle splash of a fountain, or the chance arrival of a bird.
Every Wednesday since June 17, the Queens Museum has hosted a food pantry designed to serve 1,000 families weekly, distributing a week’s worth of fresh and nonperishable food items.
Starting in July, Socrates Sculpture Park will unveil works by Nona Faustine, Jeffrey Gibson, and more, injecting fresh energy into current debates surrounding public monuments in the US.
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada’s massive painting of a masked medical professional, “Somos La Luz” (“We Are the Light”), will be visible to satellites.
Little of the information presented in Envisioning 2001 will be new to Kubrick diehards, but it gathers artifacts that offer a thrill for anyone who has ever been affected by the movie.
While Theater of Operations remains an important exhibition, its inclusion of certain works prompts questions: Who is this exhibition for, and what is it trying to say?
For Contract and Release, choreographed by Brendan Fernandes, three dancers assume their positions amid a selection of Noguchi’s works that allude to the human form and proceed to slowly perform a prescribed set of tasks.
The vast archive of photographs, manuscripts, and digitized drawings is coupled with an updated digital catalogue raisonné of Isamu Noguchi’s work.
Since a picture of one of his works hit #1 on a NYC subreddit, Rob Anderson has enjoyed a surge of attention for his sunny, colorful art. Hyperallergic talks to him about transitioning from being a shoe salesman to a full-time artist.
At the Queens neighborhood’s 4th Annual Fall Open Studios & Salon, artists favored installation, mixed media, and sculpture.
A public assembly at the Queens Museum will discuss the Green New Deal sponsored by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey.
This gallery talk with friends of Nicolas Moufarrege will explore his life and work as a New York artist who — like so many — died far too young.