ICOM seeks to bring to light the relationship between politics and art.
A look inside the work and lives of East Village artists at Painting Space 122.
In her photo series “Lideresas” (“Female Leaders”), Spanish photographer and architect Ana Amado switches male protagonists for women in iconic photographs.
Feminist Artist Judy Chicago addresses aging and death as the final taboo in her upcoming exhibit at the NMWA.
“The Walk” is a new art series by Rora Blue that explores objects women carry for protection when walking alone.
Viewing art exhibitions through the lens of our cell phones might make them more Instagrammable, but it could be diluting our experience.
Exile is the brother of death. —Berber Proverb
How do you read a body completely covered in patterned fabric? Artist Alia Ali obscures culture, race, and gender to unveil our assumptions about identity.
ArtFlow helps executives at larger companies learn to think in a more creative way by connecting them with art through uniquely customized projects.
Landscape: Divisions and Development, Works on Paper from Dürer to Hockney will be opening September 13 at Sara Kay Gallery.
“Fever Dream” features new paintings and sculptures by Christiane Cegavske, Zara Kand, and Carol Cameron. Special music performance by Less Bells and projections by Rune. Free admission.
New York art curator Anna Hugo constructs exhibitions that give voice to the unconventional.
Gallery owner Sara Kay makes connections between female artists and other women in the art world.
July 12 at MODA: Graphic designer Bonnie Siegler discusses how powerful imagery has served as a method of resistance for outspoken citizens throughout social history.