EO1’s Beta Showcase presents a variety of GIFs and digital artworks, pushing the boundaries of art in the modern age.
“If These Walls Could Talk” asks viewers to reconsider their definitions of art through its text-based installations.
Contemporary Chinese artist Yan Shanchun may not be as provocative as some of his more famous counterparts, but his subtle deviations and reinterpretations of traditional themes and techniques make for an intriguing New York City debut.
These nontraditional text-based artworks prove that art can be more than realistic paintings.
“Ghosts of the Past: Nazi-Looted Art and its Legacies” investigates the implications and aftermath of the artwork stolen during the Third Reich.
Maya Hayuk’s installation in Miller Theatre lobby is part of an effort to reinvigorate the space by featuring contemporary artwork.
“DAYTRIPPIN’ NIGHTSKIPPIN’,” the newest exhibit at the Pavel Zoubok Gallery, is a dynamic blend of New Wave aesthetics explored through mixed media.
The newest exhibit at the Met highlights famed Japanese artworks from various American collectors.
“Specters of Communism: Contemporary Russian Art,” curated by Boris Groys, is a metaphysical and conceptual exploration of what it is to be human and an artist in post-Soviet Russia. It explores the unrealized dream of a communist Russia and the absurdity of the current conservative political climate.
In a new show featuring the work of five female photographers, the Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea seeks to explore the concept of a “post-feminist” utopia by women, for women.