In the macho, testosterone-driven New York art scene of the 1950s, abstract expressionist Joan Mitchell (1925-1992) was a key figure and one of the few women artists to be recognized by “The Club” a loose organization of artists that included several iconic names.
Cold Hollow Sculpture Park will open its 2021 season on June 12, 2021, with more than sixty sculptures placed on over 200 acres of rolling landscape, CHSP offers a safe and invigorating way to gather, explore, and find respite.
One of the greatest chroniclers of twentieth-century America, Alice Neel was born in a small town near Philadelphia in 1900, but made her mark as a “painter of people,” as she humbly called herself, in New York, where she lived and worked until her death in 1984.
In late September 2021, Long Museum (West Bund) will present the largest solo exhibition by George Condo in Asia, The Picture Gallery.
Now, at eighty-six, she is getting her due, with a heralded retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum called Both/And, which follows the comprehensive anthology of her writing, Writing in Space, 1973–2019, published by Duke University Press in 2019.
Featuring a dynamic combination of graffiti drawings, paintings, sculptures, collectible objects, furniture, and augmented reality projects, KAWS: WHAT PARTY presents a twenty-five-year survey of the popular artist’s most momentous artworks.
While nobody is surprised to hear that New York City is jam-packed with fascinating art museums, one might be excited to discover this fresh list of underrated art museums in the city.
Experimental Relationship is the central focus of the first museum solo exhibition of Pixy’s works at Fotografiska in New York, Your Gaze Belongs to Me.
Doctor Anthony Fauci has donated his 3-D printed model of the SARS-CoV-2 virion to The Smithsonian National Museum of American History.