Edward Povey. British b. 1951. Tempête, 2023. Modeling courtesy of the New Orleans model Katie Overmier. oil on Belgian linen. 47 1/4 x 55 1/4 in. 120 x 140.3 cm. (75618) Ray Waterhouse  and Modern Fine Art welcomes acclaimed British artist Edward Povey to New York for what Waterhouse regards as “the most significant show of contemporaryContinue Reading

Photograph by Nic Lehoux The Whitney Museum of American Art is celebrating the first-ever West Side Fest by offering free admission, neighborhood tours, and artmaking for kids and families on Saturday, September 30. The Whitney’s lineup of events includes: More information about the West Side Fest celebrations at the Whitney, including advance ticket reservationsContinue Reading

Le Fort des Fous. 2017. France/Algeria/Greece/Germany/Qatar. Directed by Narimane Mari. Courtesy the filmmaker September 22, 2023 – September 30, 2023 The Museum of Modern Art In the decade since her debut feature, Bloody Beans (2013), the Algerian filmmaker Narimane Mari—whose directorial oeuvre builds on a career in film production, art, publishing, andContinue Reading

Jessie Homer French, Blowout, 2020. Photo by Timothy Schenck. Timed to Climate Week NYC, the annual leadership summit for global climate action, the High Line has newly installed two urgent artworks by painter Jessie Homer French at one of the most highly trafficked locations in New York City. For the thousands dailyContinue Reading

Regina Resnik, c. 1940s. Music & Recorded Sound Division The show celebrates the incredible and varied career of Resnik, and showcases her impact on the city that made her success possible—New York The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center celebrates the centenary anniversary of ReginaContinue Reading

New Publication Inspired by Installation Series Pairing Old Masters with Contemporary Works Queer Perspectives Explored through Essays on Works by New York Artists Jenna Gribbon, Doron Langberg, Toyin Ojih Odutola, and Salman Toor The Frick Collection’s new publication, Living Histories: Queer Views and Old Masters, explores the pairing of four commissionsContinue Reading