Pine tar and turpentine, climate change and hurricanes affect her fantastical art of the rural South, in a show at Mass MoCA.
From political art on the High Line to a playful sculpture on the East Side, a handful of exhibitions across the city will make you want to linger outdoors.
Nancy Lane’s 200-piece art collection starts with photographs of people she looks up to and wraps its way throughout her Greenwich Village apartment.
Artists including Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Mark Bradford and Glenn Ligon are donating work to be sold in May to benefit the Studio Museum in Harlem.
“Fictions,” the latest of the Studio Museum in Harlem’s regular surveys of black and Latino artists, highlights personal narratives and social justice.
A Times survey of New York City museums reveals that the lack of diversity starts at the top — with the board.
As Black History Month winds down, events in Harlem explore the emotions of bearing witness, with music, art, film screenings, discussions and comedy.
Last week’s fall galas and parties included the American Ballet Theater, Tefaf opening, Studio Museum in Harlem, Aperture Foundation and the American Folk Art Museum.
The Black Panther Party is often associated with armed resistance, but one of the most potent weapons in its outreach was its artwork.