The experimental film, accompanied by live music, pictures the ecocide that a violently extractive ideology of whiteness produces.
Collectively, the artists in Open Call present a series of equally localized and haptic meditations on what it takes to be present in an increasingly globalized world.
In the middle of a pandemic that hit New York hard, Frieze returns to the city with an in-person art fair, aggressively pursuing making money.
Uniting the personal and the political, Rope/Fire/Water positions Pindell’s creative process as entry points towards learning and healing, for both herself and others.
In her film on view at the Shed, the artist explores dirt’s unsettling aesthetic effects, as well as its conceptual resonances.
The multidisciplinary arts center in NYC, which laid off 28 full-time workers, received a Paycheck Protection Program loan in the range of $2-5 million.
The staff, who have filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board, claim that “working conditions were not up to par.”
Spanning half a century, this retrospective reveals Denes’s art to be so forward-looking that some of it remains ahead of its time even today.
Ushka called out Shed board member and real estate mogul Stephen Ross, who recently came under fire for planning a Southampton fundraiser for President Trump.
The Shed at Hudson Yards and Damien Hirst’s $100,000-per-night Empathy Suite at the Palms Casino Resort made the cut.
A Citylab report claims that Hudson Yards stole funds intended for low-income communities in Harlem by taking advantage of a controversial investor visa program that’s supposed to benefit distressed urban areas.
The stakes could not be higher for the critically panned, $20 billion development. Will culture sanctify this one percenter’s playground?