dingbats is an online exhibition featuring fifty unique hand-drawn illustrations by interdisciplinary artist and musician David Byrne, made this year while isolating in his Manhattan apartment.
Gagosian is pleased to present Black Vessel, Theaster Gates’s first ever solo exhibition in New York following his inclusion in the Whitney Biennial one decade ago. Gates’s approach to artmaking is as protean as it is spiritual and political.
137 million Americans are struggling with medical debt – that is more than one-third of Americans. In Medical Bill Art, MSCHF’s latest work, they used the art market in order to pay off and absolve three pieces of medical debt, totalling $73,360.36.
Peter Saul: Murder in the Kitchen, Early Works, features paintings and works on paper created from 1959 to 1966. The exhibition charts the artist’s development as he emerges as one of the most original voices in 20th century American painting.
Ryan Gander will open Lisson Gallery’s new space in New York with an exhibition highlighting time as the new currency, reflecting on how – in an age of identity politics, selfie culture and an incessant need to shout the loudest – the focus of our time should be on the value of time itself.
Mierle Laderman Ukeles new artwork celebrates New York City’s public service workers across the city
The Queens Museum, Times Square Arts and MTA Arts & Design are pleased to announce their collaboration on a new public art initiative by artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles, which will be on view on the large-scale digital billboard at 20 Times Square, on the facade of the Queens Museum facing Grand Central Parkway, and across digital displays throughout the MTA subway system.
The New Museum announced today that it will reopen to the public on September 15th, 2020, following a six-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate the reopening, admission will be free to all visitors, through Sunday, September 27th.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has released a limited-production of artist-designed face masks in response to the COVID-19 safety and health guidelines.
Silver Art Projects has announced the 25 international artists, selected from a competitive field of more than 500 applicants, who will receive pretty cool studio space at 4 World Trade Center.
Lisson Gallery is has reopened its New York galleries with an exhibition of 17 of its artists, exploring chromatic themes in their work as well as the aesthetics and emotions related to color – towards an attempt at perceptual recalibration.
Frieze has announced a special exhibition of site-specific works by six renowned artists, which will comprise the second year of Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center.
Public Art Fund has launched Art on the Grid a multi-platform exhibition of new work by a group of 50 New York-based, emerging artists.
Marc Payot, President, Hauser & Wirth announced that beginning mid-July, the gallery will maintain a new exhibition and private viewing space at 9 Main Street in the Village of Southampton, on the South Fork of Long Island, New York.
Claire Oliver Gallery launches an online sales room & limited edition poster series called Art is for Everyone.
Claire Oliver Gallery today debuts an online sales room and a limited edition poster series called Art is for Everyone. The inaugural poster will feature a work by artist Bisa Butler entitled, I Am Not Your Nego in an edition of 500. Priced at $50, proceeds will benefit Harlem Grown
On the fifth floor of The Dime, a 23-story, terra-cotta and glass tower intertwined with the landmarked 1908 Dime Savings Bank in South Williamsburg a monumentally-sized mural – 35’ x 12 ’- by well-known Brooklyn artist Swoon made its debut.
Future Fair announced the launch of Future Fair Online last week with an exhibition and program developed as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic causing the postponement of the inaugural New York show
PM/AM are giving you an opportunity to catch up with Brooklyn based artist Anthony Miler during his residency in London.
A Damien Hirst spot print has been cut up into 88 dots by Brooklyn-based creative label MSCHF. The artists and designers behind MSCHF purchased a Damien Hirst spot print
Second Smile looks at new tendencies in figuration with a surrealist bent. Including loans of classical surrealist works, the exhibition focuses on what parts of the surrealist project are compelling for artists today and in what ways these distinctions of movements are being dissolved.