Magdalena Dukiewicz hints at the impermanence of home with her bodily constructions.
At Stand4, a powerful and striking collection of 21st-century immigrant women’s art.
Elena Soterakis’s TUMULT is full of dispatches not from a distant future but a desperate present.
Talking to the author of one of the year’s buzziest books about its use of Bay Ridge as one of many settings.
The new exhibition space at BioBAT, at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, mixes art with science.
Everything you could want to know about the 74th Street and 76th Street stairs, including who built and lived in the houses above them.
A few acres at the tip of Bay Ridge provide a microcosmic history of that part of the neighborhood, from Coney Island-like amusements to Vietnam-era protests.
An in-depth interview with the state senate candidate about the value of the arts and what government can do to support them.
Frances Trotter was 14-years-old when she disappeared after school one afternoon. Her cousin, who also disappeared, was much older.
The sprawling former parkway near the Bay Ridge northern border offers a microcosmic history of the community in the 20th century, from the Irish shantytown it replaced to the site of overdose and murder it became.