Brooklyn Museum

The Museum of Modern Art in New York shut its galleries unexpectedly on February 10, after hundreds of pro-Palestine protestors began a massive demonstration in the museum.
As years go, 2020 was indubitably a very bad one. Naturally, this raises the question of whether these events will impact art. The Brooklyn Museum attempts an answer with The Slipstream.
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…
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…
The groundbreaking designs of Pierre Cardin have been giving us a look at the future for nearly seven decades.
More than just a party spot, Studio 54 changed the cultural landscape of New York City
Museums, foundations race to prop up art world in face of $100 million in projected lost revenue due to COVID-19
African Arts―Global Conversations draws from the Brooklyn Museum’s extensive and renowned collections to assert the importance of African arts within the art historical canon.