This week and next, Company Gallery will present “In Company With,” a new series of virtual talks, performances, and readings featuring Hayden Dunham, LA Warman, and Raúl de Nieves via Instagram Live.
See highlights from the 2017 Whitney Biennial, which opens to the public later this week.
An exhibition at the Bureau of General Services — Queer Division highlights the non-drag art of more than a dozen members of the Brooklyn drag queen scene.
Raúl de Nieves’s El Rio at Company Gallery is totally alien to Western notions of death.
In a whisper the chorus chants: “Beginning and the end, neither and the otherwise, betwixt and between, the end is the beginning.”
There aren’t as many outskirts to Bushwick Open Studios as there once were. The 2013 edition was brimming even at the very edges of designated “Bushwick,” which really oozes over into the adjacent East Williamsburg and Ridgewood, though it seems steadfast in not stepping over the Broadway line to Bed-Stuy. It was in this area just north of the Broadway border that I set out to explore this past weekend, and where even if it’s only getting more developed, it’s still anchored by some more offbeat places to see and create art. A 48-foot tractor trailer, for one.