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Something about the Weather is a new and original work by New York-based composer, producer, and performer Hahn Rowe.
The nearly 3,000-year-old ivory cosmetic spoon was seized from Michael Steinhardt’s collection of stolen antiquities.
Morris Hirshfield Rediscovered highlights the need for more research on twentieth-century self-taught American artists, who were marginalized by restrictive art historical narratives.
The Brooklyn arts organization offers discounted pre-launch membership for experienced ceramic artists beginning January 15, with reduced hours of operation.
The Dallas Museum of Art’s retrospective of the artist is an opportunity to reframe the conversation about Wong and his work.
The multiform artist quietly coaxes us to see the world as a means to look inward.
The Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts fuses interactive online education with intensive residencies around the world.
Labor shortages, stranded shipping containers, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have forced artists to come up with creative solutions.
From a Williamsburg basement to a Bed-Stuy living room and a project space in Gowanus, there’s no shortage of art to discover in the borough.
The dancing sculpture will be on view at three special performances in January and February. Tickets are on sale now.
Works by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti and Jorge Eduardo, among others, sustained damage when rioters stormed government buildings in the nation’s capital.
Gary Cabana, who stabbed two museum workers, was also indicted with two counts of assault.