The latest artist commissioned to paint the influential Soho wall is a man who has bragged about his predatory sexual behavior.
Artist Caledonia “Swoon” Curry glimpsed the afterlife when her mother died in 2013, but it took years of research for Swoon to connect this visceral event with what’s known as a “shared death experience.”
Let’s start off with a clear contention. Street Art, as I see it, is a period.
WATER MILL, NY — On the same day the Apollo 11 Lunar Module touched down on the Moon, an art collective in Japan was rowing on a giant white arrow down the rivers between Kyoto and Osaka.
NEW ORLEANS — Towering pecans and live oaks shade a far corner of New Orlean’s Bywater neighborhood which will soon be the permanent home of the Music Box Village, an installation of musical architecture organized by the New Orleans Airlift nonprofit.
Coney Island has a history as dizzying as any of the roller coasters, carousels, sideshows, and other frenetic attractions that have operated on its piece of Brooklyn shore.
In one of the largest galleries at the Brooklyn museum, the artist Swoon has erected Submerged Motherlands, a colorful installation cloaked in the language of fairy tale and myth.
It’s hard not to be affected by Swoon’s passionate and visually stunning idealism, the Brooklyn-based artist has made a career of large beautiful drawings and prints of people who convey hope, strength, and personal power.
Art lovers may know Braddock, Pennsylvania, as a crumbling place from the haunting black-and-white photographs of LaToya Ruby Frazier. But a new project led by the artist Swoon is aiming to revitalize at least one corner of this rust-belt town with art, craft, and beauty.
A New Orleans project that started in 2011 as an experiment with musical architecture is planning a return, although this time with roving ramshackle structures that can eventually become a permanent soundscape in the city.
The New Orleans Museum of Art hosted a luncheon today for members of arts community that amounted to something much more than the usual meet and greet.
The Hamptons have been heating up lately. While all the collectors are out of the city, and Chelsea seems relatively empty, Long Island is teeming with people. Despite being is probably one of the only places in the world where you can find a Richard Serra on someone’s front lawn the ultra-rich beach town is also a Mecca for grandma art.