Katie Bell Brings Both Logic and Chance to her Playful “ARENA”

While New York galleries are often associated with the glitzy white cubes of Chelsea, it’s…

Erin M. Riley
Weaving Traumatic Legacies and Finding Confidence in the Digital, Erin M. Riley at P·P·O·W

It was Frieze Week 2021 when Erin Riley’s second solo exhibition with P·P·O·W Gallery, “The…

HOUSING Gallery: How Legacy and Community Guide the Fierce Supporters of Artists of Color

Since its inception in 2017, New York’s HOUSING gallery has played by its own rules.…

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Palli, the Italian Set Designer That Just Released a 1000-Word, Seven Language Theater Dictionary

At the theater, our focus as set designers is always on the story and the…

Liza Lacroix and Reece Cox Puzzle Over Transmediality at Midnight Projects

  For over a decade, the painter Liza Lacroix and sound artist Reece Cox have…

Rachel Rossin’s Virtual World: How the Invisible Infrastructure of Technology Helps to Parse Reality

Rachel Rossin is a New York-based multimedia artist, virtual reality savant, and self-taught programmer whose…

Frieze Gagosian
Ready or Not, Frieze is Here

Frieze has officially returned to New York as the first major in-person art fair since…

Ben Ponté Teaches the Restorative Potential of Drawing

Ben Ponte’s online experience, Drawn from Within, invites guests of all ages and backgrounds to…

Katya Grokhovsky
Katya Grokhovsky on FANTASYLAND and a Decade of Making and Migrating

FANTASYLAND, Katya Grokhovsky’s current installation at Smack Mellon, is a sprawling environment of gigantic beach…

The Hole Brings Life to “Nature Morte” in Group Show feat. Cool Kids Sourced Online

With a line two blocks long that rivaled a Supreme drop, the opening of The…

Will Damien Hirst’s 10,000 Eco-Conscious NFT Drop be a Breakthrough for Art World Climate Change Conversations?

Buzzworthy for a “traditional” art world application of a digital art tool, Damien Hirst’s NFT…

Jessica Lichtenstein
Jessica Lichtenstein’s Most Recent Immersive “A Perfect Storm” Reveals the Chaos of Our Inner Thoughts

“The title came first,” Jessica Lichtenstein said. “We were going through this shit storm of…

Katya Grokhovsky
Editor’s Picks, NYC – March 20-26th, 2021

Editor’s picks New York March 20-26th, 2021. Hard-hitting maximalist kitsch FANTASYLAND: Katya Grokhovsky Postponed twice…

John Pinderhughes
Authenticity Abounds in “Love Letters for Harlem” at Claire Oliver Gallery

It’s difficult to pin down in language the little spark of authenticity on view at…

Bud Snow NFT
It’s Time to Rethink. The Carbon Cost of the NFT Boom

Over the last month, the hot topic of the art world has been the blockchain-supported…

Clubhouse
Can Clubhouse Stay Cordial? The App That Lets You Pretend You’re Back at Art Basel

Over the last few weeks, the social media app Clubhouse has become the latest art…

Beate Karlsson
Beate Karlsson Turns Luxury Waste into Sultry, Slimy Boots for AVAVAV

  Florence-based, Scandinavian fashion brand AVAVAV is no stranger to the issues of waste in…

Silkworm Pupas JinJin Xu Jiaoyang Li
“My Dear, What Are You Afraid Of?” Silkworm Pupas Video-Poem in Response to Anti-Chinese Sentiments

The U.S. has a long history of bilateral trade and Chinese migration stretching back to…