The latest installation in Dodge’s art gallery has all the elements of an edgy show, but still doesn’t shock or delight.
The biennial war of the galleries will end this year with the final Brucennial.
At the MoMA, curators have put together a collection of the artist’s rarely-seen prints.
Amazed gasps fill the main nave of the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine as the visitors raise their heads to admire a pair of gigantic phoenix sculptures designed by internationally renowned artist Xu Bing.
A new exhibit at the Guggenheim puts Italian Futurism from the first half of the 21st century in the spotlight.
Lauren Silva, SoA '13, will be featured in a Chelsea gallery beginning this week.
A new Postcrypt exhibit examines diaspora through a collaboration with community artists.
Sarah Roth examines the development of graffiti on the streets of New York, and asks what it means for a free art movement to be bounded by museum walls.
The work of two alumni is highlighted in “Off White Desert,” a new exhibit on the Lower East Side.
Toby Milstein discovers the rich historical works of pioneering photographer Charles Marville, whose photographs of Paris tell the story of a city going through a traumatic gentrification.
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