Betty Tompkins, a controversial artist known for her drawings of sexual acts, is testing the limits in New York City with a new exhibition that runs until Oct. 18th.
Over 40 miniature Alexander Calder sculptures endeavor to show a unique, tiny universe of balance and symmetry.
Barnard Columbia Divest for Climate Justice seeks to create a conversation surrounding climate change divestment, that focuses on social justice rather than academic, scientific, or financial boundaries. This Friday in Butler Plaza, it will focus on art that humanizes those who suffer from climate change.
The newest exhibit at the Callicoon Fine Arts gallery features immersive multimedia artwork from three Dubai-based artists.
Though lacking the clout and pop culture references of the MoMA, these small art galleries boast just as many thoughtful artists as their more popular counterparts.
The new exhibit at the Anita Shapolsky Gallery blends old masters and modern art techniques in a dynamic homage to predecessors that maintains a unique style.
Artist Lucy Jones challenges norms of beauty in her exhibit at the Flowers Gallery.
Luminal Space, a public art show produced by Columbia undergraduates, seeks to capture the ephemeral through light and sound installations on Low Steps.
Two Barnard juniors discuss the significance of their pop-up show, centered around how art is affected by academic settings.
Ursula Davila-Villa, Senior Director of Alexander Gray Associates, discusses Joan Semmel’s feminist interpretation of the female body.