That’s what traditional Navajo weaving is: an interpretation of your environment,” the Diné artist told Hyperallergic in an ...
The trials of a post-apocalyptic New York and hedonistic Rome become one another’s mirrors and choirs in The Industry’s ...
Faustine’s White Shoes photography series demands a reckoning with the histories and afterlives of slavery, settler ...
Juneteenth: Faith and Freedom (2022) is screening at the Brooklyn Public Library in Flatbush on Thursday, June 20.
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Could you dim the lights? showcases how Everett remixes images of herself with found photographs to discuss Black life, kinship, and collective gathering. On view in Champaign, Illinois. Jen Everett, ...
What went so wrong that the brilliant sculptor’s work became so little known? Simply put, she entered Rodin’s studio.
With its new space, new name, and new logo, The Brick is starting a new chapter in its nearly 20-year history while still ...
Photographs by Joshua Charow will likely look with a lascivious gaze upon the few remaining protected artist lofts.
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Gladstone, whose namesake gallery represents over 70 artists and estates, opened her first location in Manhattan in 1980 in a space “the size of a shoebox.” ...