Gyun Hur’s and Shoshanna Weinberger’s installations emphasize poetic innuendo rather than overt autobiography.
The cultural center has successfully reimagined an exhibition to better suit an online presentation.
The works in Figuring the Floral start a conversation, collaborate, and even merge with the natural beauty of the public garden and cultural center Wave Hill.
Avifauna at Wave Hill in the Bronx features art responding to the lives of birds in New York City and beyond.
An exhibition at Wave Hill features artists from Australia to the Dominican Republic who, like Spero, make work that subverts archetypal depictions of women.
Doreen Garner’s sculptures vividly evoke the violence done to black women’s bodies in the name of science and beauty.
For 10 years, artist Abbie Zabar had a ritual: go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and sketch the new floral arrangements adorning the entrance hall.
The Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance (FWMA), a recently formed consortium of museums located just north of New York City, chose to inaugurate its new partnership with simultaneous exhibitions designed to address a widely known if archaic catalogue of human foibles known as the Seven Deadly Sins.
A decade passed between the summer of 1996, which photographer Gregory Crewdson spent meditating on the sprinkle of fireflies in the dusk of Becket, Massachusetts, and when he finally developed the film. After nearly another decade, the Fireflies series is being exhibited as a whole for the first time starting this month at Wave Hill in the Bronx.