The photographer talks about ways, and speeds, of looking.
A conversation on the rabbit hole of online commentary and the allure of planetariums.
After three successful events in their hometown of New York City, creative agency and production company MATTE brought their BLACK party to Mexico City.
James Casebere takes Mexican Architect Luis Barragán as the focus of his new series of constructed photographs.
Still have a couple people on your gift list this holiday season and no idea what to get them? Well we've got your art lovers covered with a couple of prime artist collaborations.
A behind-the-scenes glimpse into conservation, in full view.
A precisely calibrated art installation makes use of projection mapping technology, cast onto an outcrop of disco balls, which then throw their reflections across the room.
For its sixth edition, the famously curatorially focused Spring/Break Art Show has relocated to the belly of the beast, taking up residence on the 22nd and 23rd floors at 4 Times Square.
French-Algerian artist Kader Attia appears to be everywhere at once in 2017.
Young filmmakers Peter Middleton and James Spinney tun the recordings of John Hull into a film for sighted and non-sighted audiences alike.
A meticulous recreation of the early 19th century panoramic wallpaper "The Natives of the Pacific Ocean," updated for modern times.
Works in the final ten include a set of condom wrappers, non-prescriptive contact lenses, and a series of knitted hats.
"Peter Hujar: Speed of Life," opened in Fundación MAPFRE’s Barcelona exhibition space at the end of last month, the first stop of a four-venue tour.
Katherine Bradford’s latest exhibition—and her first outing at downtown stalwart Sperone Westwater Gallery—opened on January 7.
A crucial exhibition opens in New York for post-election America, but could it have done more?