LandLords, as the exhibit is aptly named, is a controversial exhibit by Rafael Fuchs, inspired by his difficulties renting apartments in Brooklyn.
The pop-up Future of Home Living Exhibit by PSFK.com displays innovative products and designs that respond to the way we live in New York City.
James Turrell's monumental light installation in the Guggenheim is made up of five concentric rings with LED lights that get filtered through a screen.
An exhibition called Beijing Through Sidney Gamble’s Camera offers rare glimpses into a Beijing of long ago.
A new exhibition exploring the urban facets of Paris by Night just opened at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and will
Alec Monopoly comments on capitalism with his Monopoly Man. The Park Place exhibition at Lab Art brings his and other art from the street to the gallery.
Young European photographers exhibit extraordinary talent in Circulation(s), a festival bringing us fresh and guileless works of art from the budding participants.
The Nemo Amsterdam is an eye-catching example of the city's amazing architecture. Although the name suggests aquarium, the Nemo is home to Amsterdam's Science Center with exhibitions on four floors.
An exhibition of former "beauty contest" winners at the New York Transit Museums throws into relief the complicated and rocky history of women in New York.
Under the theme Seeking Silicon Valley, the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial features work by a diverse group of local, national, and international contemporary artists whose work transforms Silicon Valley into an epicenter for innovative art production and public experience.