Hyperallergic sat down with Edgar Heap of Birds to discuss his current exhibition at MoMA PS1.
SculptureCenter presents commissions by Jean-Luc Moulène and Fiona Connor, a public artwork by Matt Keegan, and a solo exhibition by ektor garcia.
The festival will feature live performances, film workshops, and panels celebrating a variety of music communities.
The Queens Museum’s biennial exhibition offers an assortment of work that considers the politics of art-making in the borough today
The Artist Studio Affordability Project (ASAP) says city officials are helping the corporate behemoth steamroll dissent.
“Why do you need our money? We have 63,000 people who are sleeping in homeless shelters,” council speaker Corey Johnson told Amazon reps. “Don’t you think there’s a better way for us to spend $3 billion?”
After reports of an intruding luxury condo development, the artist requested that the museum close the work until the project’s construction scaffolding is no longer visible.
In the immortal words of Joni Mitchell, “They paved paradise and put up a
parking lot massive skyscraper.”
Artist Cody Ann Herrmann’s How do you get to Flushing Creek? project involves wayfinding signs and free maps to guide New Yorkers to one of its most overlooked waterways.
Nearly 250 people gathered today, November 14, in Long Island City to protest the controversial announcement as arts organizations held their breath to see what financial fortunes might come their way from Amazon’s touchdown in Queens.
The low-cost studio-based degree pairs the resources of the Queens College Art Department with the community-based activism of the Queens Museum.
This year’s highlights include a historical exhibition of zine publishing, outdoor projects exploring the immigrant experience in the US, and an immersive interactive reading room!