Today, TRUST, a 30-minute immersive experimental cinema experience, opens at ARTECHOUSE — the first innovative arts organization dedicated to the intersection of art, science, and technology.
As a space committed to advocating for and celebrating artists who have historically been marginalized from mainstream narratives, the Hannah Traore Gallery seeks to broaden our current notions surrounding what is and is not deemed to be appropriate artwork for a gallery setting.
Take a look inside the Mills Pond House in the Smithtown Township on Long Island, a grand farm house that has since been converted into a wonderful art gallery.
From minimalist plexiglass sculptures to driftwood installations, the new season is in full swing in New York City's art gallery districts.
Minimalist painter, sculptor, and printmaker Ellsworth returns to Matthew Marks Gallery On West 24th Street with a new show just shy of his 92nd birthday.
Daily What?! Artistic Ode to New York Club Culture, ‘The Last Party,’ Opens at NYC Chinatown’s WhiteBox Gallery
A 6-foot stroboscopic wheel is one of the items on display at 'The Last Party,' an exhibition of 70s and 80s New York club culture from New York artists
Babycastles is a DIY arcade game collective in Brooklyn that's revolutionizing the world of indie games and art galleries in NYC.
The Worst Landlord in NYC? Rafael Fuchs’ Controversial Show in Bushwick Turns Renters’ Troubles into Art
LandLords, as the exhibit is aptly named, is a controversial exhibit by Rafael Fuchs, inspired by his difficulties renting apartments in Brooklyn.
Downtown Montreal's Belgo Building houses 27 contemporary art galleries hidden behind an unassuming facade.
The newest show at Pandemic features the work of Cassius Fouler, better known as “Cash 4,” a graffiti artist who made the news last week for his latest run-in with the NYPD.