Worms, A Good Business Model, the second part of Hunter’s thesis show, feels like a living, breathing exhibition.
What’s Really Luring New York City’s Galleries to Tribeca?
Dozens of galleries have sprouted between Canal and Chambers Streets and west of Lafayette, one of NYC’s priciest neighborhoods. What gives?
What Do New Yorkers Think of Anish Kapoor’s “Mini-Bean”?
Manhattan now has its own, downscaled version of the artist’s famous Chicago sculpture, oddly squished under a luxury condo tower.
The Poetic Verse of Our Collective Google Queries
Type a search into Google and the most popular terms start auto-populating below, suggesting the collective desires, queries, and curiosities of internet users.
Art Projects That Toe the Line Between Sharing and Surveillance
This is going to sound absurd, but: who watches the watchers of the watchmen?
The Tribeca Film Festival’s Short Forays into Art
The art-centric short films at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival include two documentaries about very unusual artists, an enigmatic science-fiction drama, and a ballet set in a Parisian housing project.
In an Exhibition of Miniatures, the Good, the Bad, and the Lego
From 18th-century dollhouses and contemporary architectural maquettes to ancient Egyptian reliquary artifacts, taking pleasure from peering down on diminutive worlds seems to be a universal human delight.
Art Students Reconstruct the Lost Faces of Unidentified Crime Victims
Last month, students in the Forensic Sculpture Workshop at the New York Academy of Art (NYAA) made faces for 11 anonymous skulls belonging to unidentified victims of crimes.