This week, don’t miss a dance project about AIDS, the launch of a book of artists’ writings, an international gallery exchange in Bushwick, and more.
LOS ANGELES — This week, Machine Project presents an underwater art show, an exhibition on youth culture in Los Angeles opens at the Vincent Price Museum, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel hosts German artist Isa Genzken’s first solo show in LA, and more.
This week, write a letter to our future president, participate in performance art karaoke, explore the city’s normally off-limits architecture, and visit the 20th annual Gowanus Open Studios.
This week, whet your appetite with sculptures inspired by some of the world’s most famous Asian American chefs, check out 47 tinkering musicians’ modular synthesizers, and peer into a giant sculptural fishbowl.
This week, learn about Ad Reinhardt’s travel slides, consider sound as public space, watch 3D-printed boats race in Red Hook, and much more.
This week is all about books, as Printed Matter’s beloved art book fair touches down in Long Island City, while a new satellite fair pops up in nearby Greenpoint. Plus, don’t miss the celebration of a pioneering performance series and the first retrospective for maintenance artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles.
The autumnal art season is upon us, and we’re bringing you Hyperallergic’s New York Art Guide for fall 2016.
This week, a film screening fights back against the violence of ethnography, an exhibition shows off the artists who run South Florida’s alternative art spaces, the Morgan reunites a Hans Memling triptych, and more.
This week, create your own fanzine, check out presidential campaign ephemera at the New-York Historical Society, journey to the Colombian Amazon at Socrates Sculpture Park’s summer screening series, and more.
This week, visit a resurrection of the beloved Troll Museum, see contemporary dance on the beach, or learn about the tradition of double dutch. And don’t forget to join us tomorrow night at Housing Works for our second time bringing Hyperallergic off the screen and onto the stage.
August rapidly approached and we could all use an excuse to leave the city.
This week, BAM kicks off a retrospective of Robert Frank’s films, octogenarian artist Lorraine O’Grady talks openly about aging at the New Museum, a new space-inspired cantata — which comes with virtual reality — touches down in Prospect Park, and more.