Rose B. Simpson, Counterculture, 2022, at Field Farm, Williamstown, MA. Twelve dyed-concrete and steel sculptures with ceramic and cable adornments. Each sculpture: 128 x 24 x 11 inches. Commissioned by Art & the Landscape, a program of The Trustees, Massachusetts. Courtesy the artist, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and Jack Shainman Gallery,Continue Reading

Actor Gregory Hines, director/playwright George C. Wolfe, lyricist Susan Birkenhead and musical director Luther Henderson taking a break during a rehearsal for the Broadway production of the musical Jelly’s Last Jam, by Martha Swope, 1992. Billy Rose Theatre Division at the Library for the Performing Arts. The collection documents theContinue Reading

Djamel Tatah, Untitled, 2021, oil and wax on canvas, 78 3/4 x 118 1/8 inches (200 x 300 cm) Solitary Figures, Franco-Algerian artist Djamel Tatah’s first solo exhibition in the United States, will be on view at Bienvenu Steinberg & J, from June 8 to July 15, 2023. Curated by Richard Vine, theContinue Reading

As a child, nothing fascinated me more than the circus. A magical place full of emotions where I discovered the meaning of the word duality. I walked in a tightrope between joy and sadness, happiness and nostalgia in equal proportion, like the characters in the circus. As a society weContinue Reading

Installation view of Nicolas Party and Rosalba Carriera at Frick Madison. Photo: Joseph Coscia Jr. Artist Nicolas Party Debuts a Pastel Mural at Frick Madison Party’s Site-Specific Installation Responds to a Pastel Portrait by Eighteenth-Century Artist Rosalba Carriera June 1, 2023, through March 3, 2024 The Frick Collection has unveiled a largeContinue Reading

AHL Foundation is pleased to announce the first public exhibition of Mountains After Mountains (산 넘어 산), a Virtual Reality (VR) experience that centers generational struggles for reproductive justice. The work revolves around an autobiographical account of theatremaker Amy Mihyang Ginther’s illegal abortion in South Korea, the country from which she was adoptedContinue Reading

First Saturday Lite : Still Here, Still Queer, 2021. (Photo: Kolin Mendez) Taking place on June 3, 2023, First Saturday: Pride continues the Brooklyn Museum’s twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of its flagship community-centered series, sponsored by Bank of America. The lineup for June’s First Saturday—the Brooklyn Museum’s much-anticipated Pride Month celebration—spotlights LGBTQ+Continue Reading

Jamel Shabazz (born Brooklyn, New York, 1960). The Art of Love, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, 1988. © Jamel Shabazz June 2–September 2023 Brooklyn-born and -based photographer Jamel Shabazz (born 1960) will activate the Brooklyn Museum’s outdoor plaza this summer with a site-specific installation featuring hundreds of portraits from the past four decades. Shabazz is oneContinue Reading