James Rieck’s newest collection, on exhibit in the Lyons Wier Gallery through Nov. 8, examines social tensions within the American dream. Inspired by magazine clippings from the late ’60s and early ’70s, Rieck often depicts white, conservative, middle-class subjects.
New Guggenheim exhibit “ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow” shines a light on a lesser known art movement of the 20th century.
The Neiman gallery opens its newest exhibit this week that explores a Zen concept through woodcut prints from five artists.
Veteran visual artist Patricia Heal goes back to old-school photography to narrate her past in a new exhibition at the Robin Rice Gallery.
Brooklyn’s DUMBO Art Festival has endured for 18 years as the neighborhood has undergone radical changes.
Andrea Arroyo honors the power of the female body and spirit in her new exhibit at El Taller.
Get to know illustrator Mac Conner at the latest Museum of the City of New York exhibit.
The Wallach Gallery puts funerary art on show with new exhibition.
Yujin Lee, SoA ’15 curated the show, which opened Sept. 2 and has an opening reception on Sept. 4 at 5 p.m.