Arts & Culture

Art, Impact, and Activism Come Together At The Bloomberg Green Festival

Politicians, musicians, filmmakers, government leaders, youth activists, celebrities, and grassroots organizers took over Seattle to talk about climate justice.

‘Yours Truly’ Showcases Selfies As A Diverse—And Legitimate—Art Form

The exhibition features self-portraits by Wolfgang Tillmans, Martine Syms, Arthur Jafa, and Jordan Wolfson, among others.

Noise For Now Brings Art and Impact Upstate

The non-profit has partnered with Upstate Art Weekend on a four day event and exhibition.

William E. Jones Exposes Truths From His Second Saturn Return

The artist puts it all on display in his new exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles.

This Exhibition Examines Our Personal and Political Relationships With Hair

‘Don’t Touch My Hair’ at Hannah Traore Gallery celebrates hair “as a symbol of beauty, power and identity.”

Sustainability and Escapism are on Display At Marianne Boesky Gallery

With two new exhibitions, the gallery channels nature in various forms.

Lyle Ashton Harris Explores Race, Sexuality, and Culture in ‘Our First and Last Love’

The artist looks back through four decades in his new exhibition at the Queens Museum.

Heidi Spector Channels Synesthesia Through Abstract Art

Her latest exhibition, ‘When The Sun Comes Shining Through,’ has pieces inspired by Ella Fitzgerald and Led Zeppelin.

Cannupa Hanska Luger Honors His Indigenous Heritage With A New Public Sculpture

The artist will debut ‘Attrition’ at City Hall Park in collaboration with Public Art Fund.

Meg Webster Showcases The Relationship Between Nature and Art

Selections from throughout the artist’s career are on view now at Dia Beacon.

This Group Exhibition Examines The Intersection of Old And New Technology

‘New Voices: Ritual’ traces the history and future of printmaking.

Hugo McCloud Uses Art To Examine The Self

In his new exhibition, ‘As For Now,’ the artist makes meaning—and sense of life.