Artist Dylan Spaysky assembles typical Midwestern household objects, like cork, sponges, and old lace into musical instruments and home appliances in a new exhibit on display at SoHo’s Clifton Benevento Gallery.
Students working toward their Master’s degree in Fine Arts opened their studios up for viewers in Prentis Hall on Sunday.
A year after the Carry That Weight Day of Action, Spectator investigates the merit of activist art, and the intersection between art and tangible political change.
"In the Vale Of Cashmere” documents the cultural practice of gay sexual experiences in Prospect Park through black and white film photography.
Journalist Rico Washington and photographer Shino Yanagawa organize the interactive exhibit “Finding Dante” to share young black and Latino voices in post-Ferguson New York City.
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The exhibition “The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film” explores the discrepancies between real and imagined life during the Soviet dictatorial regime.
The exhibit showcases how Kongo art changed after interaction with Europe.
The Met’s newest exhibition features works of Japanese art from the Mary Griggs Burke Collection.
Alberto Burri’s role as a bridge figure between abstract expressionism and neo-Dada is relatively unknown. His new retrospective at the Guggenheim, the first in more than 40 years, is trying to change that.