Echoes of the Past and Future Perspectives in Two Exhibitions at Whitney Museum

Two exhibitions at the Whitney Museum look into the past and future of the world - one through the eyes of Josh Kline and the other of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith.

Gio Swaby's Textile Reflections at Claire Oliver Gallery

Gio Swaby's I Will Blossom Anyway: Exploring Identity, Culture, and Self through Textile Art.

Damien Davis’ Searching at Project For Empty Space, Newark

Studio Portrait of Damien Davis by Becca Guzzo

Damien Davis' SEARCHING exhibition at Project for Empty Space in Newark, NJ is an exploratory journey through the tangled undergrowth of our collective consciousness. With a flashlight in hand, visitors are plunged into the darkness of the...

New York’s Beloved Artist Cecily Brown Gets a Retrospective

Experience Cecily Brown's masterful use of color and brushwork at The Met's inaugural museum survey: Death and the Maid.

Rear View at LGDR

Uncover the shapely Rear View exhibition at LGDR, featuring bodacious depictions of the human form through rare masterpieces and contemporary works.

Gwangju Biennale Enables Ancestry, Traditional Practices, and Daoism

The 14th Gwangju Biennale, one of Asia's leading contemporary art exhibitions, Soft and Weak Like Water, examines the city's artistic heritage and connection to ancestral teachings.

Embracing Complexity: Yoko Ono, Miles Greenberg, and Louise Bourgeois at Faurschou New York

Step into a world of embrace at Faurschou New York's Spring exhibition, through encompassing works by Yoko Ono, Miles Greenberg, and Louise Bourgeois.

James Clar Illuminates The Essence of Filipino Culture at Silverlens Gallery

By Force of Nature, a new solo exhibition of light and media artist James Clar explores the concepts of identity and nature versus nurture while highlighting the strength of an individual and a nation.

Book Release Orgy For Ten People In One Body By Isabelle Albuquerque

In her latest book, titled after her recent solo presentation at Jeffrey Deitch, Orgy for Ten People in One Body, the Los Angeles-based artist Isabelle Albuquerque documents a series of ten sculptures exploring the human body's complexities.

American Minstrelsy Through The Lens of Michael Ray Charles at Templon, New York

Galerie Templon is celebrating along with the invaluable help of the exhibition's curator Hedwig Van Impe, the comeback of Michael Ray Charles to New York with VENI VIDI.

Kate Wallace on the curve that warms showing at LEILA GREICHE

Occupying the curved walls of LEILA GREICHE, the new works of Melbourne-based artist Kate Wallace take viewers to a place of stillness and memory.

Art & Korean Shamanism Converges in Si On’s New Show at James Fuentes

Lately, Si On's works have retained a sculptural element, creating a niche form of art that dwells between two-dimensional and three-dimensional states.

Arushi Kapoor: Pushing Emerging Talents Forward Through Advocacy

Indian-born art collector, and founder of her namesake gallery, Arushi Kapoor, has a keen eye for emerging artists and talent, being one of the West Coast’s few art dealers specializing in living and minority artists.

New Devotions: Celebrating Caribbean Syncretism at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center

Curated by Laura Rivera-Ayala, New Devotions at The Abrazo Gallery at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center aims to examine the aesthetic and political value of Caribbean syncretism in a contemporary context.

ZsONAMACO Announces ABC Art Baja California

The first ABC Art Baja California Festival will span 45 days and three cities. It will feature various artists and galleries exhibiting pieces of local, national and international art.