Interdisciplinary artist Kenny Rivero presents autobiographical series of new paintings that poetically explore his “fear of death as a person of color in America” through the lens of Dominican-American identity.
Clotilde Jiménez unpacks the multi-faceted understanding of identity through collage at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery
The latest exhibition at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery in Chicago touches on the exploration of not only experience but also Blackness. For the Mexico-City based artist, Clotilde Jiménez, his series of collages serve as a way to unwrap his personal narrative.
In addition to Warhol’s highly anticipated retrospective at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, the Dia Art Foundation is planning an ambitious reunion of Warhol’s monumental Shadows. Up to 50 of the series’ brightly coloured canvases, will take over the Calvin Klein headquarters in Manhattan this October.
Gagosian are showing recent works by Jeff Koons from his Gazing Ball series. Making use of conceptual constructs including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime, Koons creates luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history.
A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum examines the history of racial persecution in the US while steering clear of explicit violence
The photographer, famous for his huge, detailed panoramas, has joined forces with the techno pioneer for a show that caters to the swiping generation
Examining the Pop art mosaics of the New York based artist Alex G. Cao is an inspiring journey into America’s dazzling 20th century pop culture legacy.
EXCLUSIVE Interview: Artist Damilola Odusote talks about Kamba Fine Art exhibition at United Nations
The United Nations will host an International Ebola Recovery Conference in New York today 10th July, during which unique art created by African artists in response to the Ebola crisis will be exhibited.
A new platform for collectors and enthusiasts to explore art made with video, sound and web has been announced today in New York.
GalleryLOG, VOLTA NY and artnet team up to bring you an engaging 3 min video on the premiere edition of The VOLTA Salon — the exciting new discussion program featuring moderators Paddy Johnson, Ben Genocchio, Ben Davis, Claudia Calirman and Roxanna Zarnegar.
Nowadays when the art world takes an interest in Hip Hop the results, with exception, are usually corny as fuck. It’s been a long time since the likes of Rammellzee and Basquiet proved that there was something within Hip Hop culture that could hold the interest of the Art world for more than 15 minutes.
A day-long exploration of electroacoustic music in all its forms, featuring collaborations between legends, luminaries, and newcomers as they examine the interplay between human and machine sounds.
Robert Gober retrospective now on view at MoMA until January 15,2015. Click here to read more…
Who doesn’t love a giant shiny orange balloon monkey? Not Christie’s New York that’s for sure. They love it so much that they’re putting it out in front of their Rockefeller Plaza HQ for 6 weeks before they sell it.
Street photography is impossible not to get excited about at worst, but EVERYBODY STREET, directed by the inspirational Cherly Dunn and featuring thirteen icons of the New York street photography scene that span 9 decades, is just on another level.
The second edition of the art fair has its own restaurant scene, an inflatable dog that mocks Jeff Koons and a gratifying number of female artists
British photographer Steve Wood saw the truth about Warhol, writes Jonathan Jones