Women’s History Museum was founded by Mattie Barringer (b. 1990) and Amanda McGowan (b. 1990) in 2015 out of the desire… Read More
Company Gallery has announced an upcoming expansion and move to a new home at 145 Elizabeth Street in September 2021.
Born from the idea to personalise the classic vintage Polaroid OneStep Close-Up 600 camera with FENDI DNA, this Polaroid camera… Read More
Beginning 14 May, Hauser & Wirth New York will present ‘We Were Already Gone’, an exhibition at its West 22nd Street location in the Chelsea Arts District, organized in collaboration with Hunter College.
As the art world digests Frieze’s first in person event for almost a year, Curator Bakul Patki shares her favourite artists from Frame – the fair’s platform for galleries that have been active for 10 years or less.
ClampArt (247 W 29th St.) presents Soft Powers, a new exhibition of photographs by Joseph Desler Costa, exploring the ability to attract and co-opt through popular media, algorithms, and advertising campaigns.
An innovative exhibition piece that can be seen at any time, from anywhere in the world even during COVID 19 lockdowns. Google Maps is the only ticket you need!
Essex Street/Maxwell Graham now represent Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys
Today, Frieze New York revealed the highlights of its tenth edition, taking place for the first time at The Shed in Manhattan, from May 5 – 9, 2021.
In early February, the much-anticipated Framing Britney Spears charted the course of Britney Spears’ life and career: her humble beginnings… Read More
Forty-two million people between the ages of 20 and 55 admit the number one reason keeping them from getting a… Read More
New, New York gallery to open with exhibition in homage to Katsuhiro Otomo’s seminal 1982 manga series: “Akira.”
Philippe Labaune Gallery inaugural exhibition, Good for Health – Bad for Education: A Tribute to Otomo will showcase illustrations by 30 international artists in homage to Japanese artist Katsuhiro Otomo’s seminal 1982 manga series: “Akira.”
Claire Oliver Gallery presents Love Letters for Harlem an exhibition that showcases the talents of these four Harlem-based photographers and their work that celebrates the lives and culture of Harlem.
An upcoming exhibition aims to present the full 360-degree package of KAWS’s twenty-five-year art practice, featuring graffiti drawings, paintings, smaller collectables, furniture, recent augmented reality projects, and sculptures,
Tattooing is a vulnerable, often stressful process. That’s why world-renowned tattoo artist Eva Krbdk prioritizes serene ambiance for her clientele…. Read More