VIP, the first ever online-only contemporary art fair, launched this past Saturday. Despite some early technical glitches, the fair likely represents a new style of digital art buying.
From 'Booger' in Staten Island to 'PMS' in the Bronx, an intriguing new Chelsea exhibit maps the words New Yorkers use in searching for a mate.
Photographs of New York City eateries in Chelsea, art that pays tribute to a popular drag queen cabaret downtown and vintage images of an African-American community in midtown. Here's our guide to what's tops in the arts world in the coming week.
A woman's aggressive portraits of tools, an examination of the visual landscape of Abu Dhabi, and poular albums get remade by artists in Brooklyn. It may be winter, but there's plenty going down. Here's our guide to the most intriguing arts events in the city happening now.
A car deconstructed and then reconstructed in TriBeCa, an alternative arts space from the '70s gets a tribute in Chelsea and hundreds of artist postcards go on sale to benefit an AIDS charity (and they're only $85!). There's plenty to do this week in New York. Here's our guide to the best of what's happening now.
Here's WNYC's year-end guide to year-end lists of the best, the worst, and the most ridiculous of 2010.
If you’re looking for something to do between the holiday food coma and the returns line at Macy’s, here are four museum exhibits not to miss, two of which are just a couple of weeks away from closing.
Before a standing-room-only house at the New York Public Library (NYPL) on Wednesday night, curators David Ward and Jonathan Katz made a presentation about the development and installation of Hide/Seek, the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery's (NPG) historic gay-themed exhibit.
Andy Warhol's very long movies at MoMA, rammed earth pillars at the Whitney, a parading Viking ship in Chelsea and some serious girl power in Williamsburg. Here's our guide to the most compelling arts events in NYC in the coming week.
Nostalgic portraits of cowboys, Brazilian street art, a Bertolucci festival with new prints. Here's WNYC's guide to interesting arts happenings going down in the coming week.
Click here to get WNYC arts writer Carolina Miranda's take. Plus, let us know what you think of the video.
This week in Miami, countless fairs -- including Art Basel Miami Beach -- will be peddling art trinkets big and small in a labyrinthine array of booths. Seven like-minded galleries (most of them from New York) have come together to offer an alternative.
In an enthralling, meticulous solo show, Sculptor Charles LeDray takes familiar objects and shrinks them to elfin proportions.
WNYC's Soterios Johnson talks to Arts Writer Carolina Miranda about how some artists—and one Brooklyn arts blogger—are incorporating vinyl into their work.
Paintings of feet, carvings made of human bone and pod-like installations named after a common garden slug. Here's WNYC's guide to a highly interesting week in New York.
A moody German artist at Gagosian, personal pictures from a Midwest town in DUMBO, idiosyncratic portraits in Harlem, and an augmented reality app brings unicorns to Bushwick. Oh, and did I mention that Charlie Rose and Jay-Z will be doing the Brooklyn Museum? Dear New York City: Bring. It. On.
The graphic paintings of a punk artist, pulp-fiction inspired collage, geometric street art, Nigerian popular videos and a very dirty rendering of Plato at an art book fair in Queens.
Edward Hopper at the Whitney, ghostly silhouettes in Chelsea, and dance at the Judson Memorial Church. Here's WNYC's guide to what's happening now.
Art about art at the Met, late-night gallery night in Bushwick, towers of cardboard in DUMBO and homages to the working life in Queens. Here's WNYC's totally New York guide to what's happening now:
Architectural films in Tribeca, explosive paintings in Chelsea, the totally insane video mash-ups of Jay Rosenblatt at MoMA, and the ladies of pop at the Brooklyn Museum. Here's WNYC's guide to what's happening now: