Elena Soterakis’s TUMULT is full of dispatches not from a distant future but a desperate present.
The new exhibition space at BioBAT, at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, mixes art with science.
An in-depth interview with the state senate candidate about the value of the arts and what government can do to support them.
AMAZON: Invisible Landscape, at Stand4 Gallery on 78th Street, consists of works by participants in LABVERDE, a residency in the rainforest.
The Dailylife project at Stand4 asks participants to challenge preconceived notions and social conditioning.
Talking with the Bay Ridge artist before her two-person exhibition opens this weekend.
Aside from being an artist, Tamara Zahaykevich has taken on a role as an activist, and is working to create a more sustainable environment amid the outrageous rent increases families, artists and businesses face in NYC.
Talking with playwright Barbara Cassidy about her Bay Ridge-inspired theater piece, her work on “seeing rape,” and more.
From a photographer living and working in his native Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
How local artist Tommy Lombardozzi and the CCD Art & Supply Co. are transforming the Sunset Park bar into a space for pop-up art exhibitions.