Beginning March 21 and continuing through May 21, 28 senior students will exhibit their work in both of the Lincoln Center campus' major galleries.
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If you are looking for a contemporary and dreamy exhibition, the “Gutai: Splendid Playground,” currently showing at the Guggenheim through May 8 offers the viewer a visually dazzling artistic display of Asian art.
Taylor Swift’s cornflower-blue, anime-sized eyes and Goldilocks-esque have been gracing dozens of magazines, awards shows ...
New York is a hub of art-related activities. It is almost impossible to keep up with all of the city’s attractions—especially for museum-lovers.
“Every photograph is a fake from start to finish, a purely impersonal, unmanipulated photograph being practically impossible.”
The Observer speaks to the founder of newly launched non-profit organization Art4Aid.
The Guerrilla Girls, a group of active feminist artists who don guerrilla masks and produce art highlighting the sexism in the art world, are appearing at Fordham today at 3 p.m. in McMahon Hall's room 109.
It’s Sept. 16, the last day of previews for the long-awaited exhibit on Andy Warhol, “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years.”
Photographer Cindy Sherman claims she spent most of her childhood glued to the television, watching old movies.
“The Ungovernables” is the second triennial exhibition in the history of the New Museum. It brings together 50 artists and artist collectives from around the globe, occupying all five gallery floors. Most of the artists involved are young people working through experimental forms.