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.
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.
An artist met an artist, who met a family business—next thing you know, Third Avenue has a new public artwork.
“I understand that people might find my work offensive. I totally get that. I find him to be fundamentally offensive, so I get it.”