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A. L. Crego composes playful, bizarre GIFs from other people's street art.
Over 700 miles of underdeveloped space are in the shadows of New York City's elevated highways and rails.
On Monday evening, employees of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) who are members of the United Autoworkers Local 2110 voted to approve a new five-year contract that was offered by the museum's administration on Friday.
Taking testimony from a Holocaust survivor and turning it into a dance is an intriguing but risky proposition, especially if you're not a Jew.
The American artist Miriam Schapiro died on Saturday. Her death brings up enormous issues about feminism, legacy, and about the role an artist plays in how she enters a history she helped to create.
French artist Didier Faustino offers a poetic reflection at this year's Havana Biennial on how five decades of sanctions have impacted Cuban youth.
Hiroshima on the morning of August 6, 1945, was bright, sunny, and perhaps a little uncomfortably warm.
The Jewish Museum invites you to The Wind Up, an after-hours event featuring art, live music, activities, and an open bar, on Thursday, June 25, from 8–11pm.
With twisted, charred shapes distended in chaotic lines, clinker brick looks like the deranged work of a madman.
VENICE — As I feel my way through a curtain and into a pitch-black, cavernous space, a white square shimmers in the distance.
I used to dream of having a group of friends that just sat around, drinkin', and talkin' about art all the time.
This week, Malevich's Black Square, paying comic artists, sexism in club culture, Egyptian photo archive goes Creative Commons, Irish slaves, encyclopedia of pasta, and more.
Last week, the world lost Ornette Coleman, whose 1959 releases The Shape of Jazz to Come and Change of the Century marked the advent of free jazz and changed the face of music forever.
A few months ago, I saw a painting by Peter Reginato for the first time. It was on the streets of Manhattan.
Kendrick Lamar may not be the Best Rapper Alive, but except for a few thesaurus users from the hip-hop underground he may very well be the most intellectual.
How did postwar New York painting influence one of its foremost European progenitors? This question is posed as a partial rationale for Nahmad Contemporary’s current show Joan Miró: Oiseux Dans L’Espace.
“They take a long time to make.” That’s what the British artist and writer Andrew Forge said when he was “questioned as to the meaning of his paintings,” according to an obituary that ran in The Telegraph
Neo-Craftivism, a group show at the Parlour Bushwick, brings together works by nine artists that dynamite the tired old boundaries separating craft and art.
MINNEAPOLIS — How do you measure artistic success?
You might call Henricus Martellus's 1491 world map — which many believe Christopher Columbus consulted before setting out on his voyage — a symbol of the limits of human knowledge.