Articles by Chloe Shaar

A New Exhibition Showcases How Artists Create Beauty Using Recycled Materials

‘I Used to be a Tree’ examines sustainability and identity at Foreign and Domestic gallery in New York.

Artist Dan Colen and Sky High Farm Are Bringing Together Community To Fight Food Insecurity

This weekend, the farm will host their Spring Picnic fundraiser to build on their mission of creating equity within the New York food system.

Stephanie Smith Turns Curation Into Its Own Ecology

The curator explains how our relationship with art is akin to our relationship with nature.

Chella Man Explores Body Autonomy At Frieze New York

The queer artist showcases their experience with the cochlear implant in a short film, ‘The Device That Turned Me into a Cyborg Was Born the Same Year I Was.’

John McAllister Shares His Vibrant Landscapes At James Fuentes in Los Angeles

On view now, ‘sometimes splendid seeming…stellar even…ripping,’ showcases the beauty of even the most familiar elements of nature.

The National Academy of Design Tackles Sustainability, Identity, and Time

Artists Sanford Biggers, Willie Cole, and Mel Kendrick address these themes in a new exhibition and panel discussion.

EarthX Wants You To Invest In A More Sustainable Future

At the EarthX Congress of Conference, the non-profit organization brings together environmental leaders, business innovators, and government officials to discuss environmental strategies for bettering our planet.

Jane Fonda Teams Up With Gagosian and Christie’s For Climate Justice

The activist and the art world take on Big Oil.