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.
326 Gallery is pleased to present “Soft Segments,” an exhibition curated by Anna Hugo featuring works by Patrick Roman Scherer, Paulette Penje, and Oliver Cry.
Four Degrees of Abstraction brings together paintings by four artists working in various degrees of abstraction and investigates each artist’s iconographic relation with nature.
“Once” alluding to “Once upon a time,” is stirring up the beginning of a story that photographer Cristina Fontsaré invites us to contemplate: a narrative of images that evokes the enigma of childhood with the intimacy of a diary.
As part of its 40th year anniversary season, BRIC has commissioned HEDERA, a monumental light structure by Grimanesa Amorós.
In her new project, “outside:IN” Painter Morgan Everhart shares her insights into how art making can cultivate unique feelings and memories.
Danish artist Jeannette Ehlers and Virgin Islands artist La Vaughn Belle have teamed up to create a monumental public sculpture entitled “I am queen Mary.”
January 23–27, 2018 at the Center at West Park: SXRVXVE showcases works from 22 national and international artists responding to social inequality.
Artist and designer Olivia Wendel talks about the value of intuition, both in creating her hand-painted silk scarves and running her business.
What does a career in art look like? We asked Mary Rozell, who manages the largest corporate art collection in the world.
Photographer Aneta Bartos talks about her new series, “Family Portrait,” and why art should always make us uncomfortable.