Eduardo Navarro’s We Who Spin Around You is on view at the High Line Rail Yards located at 32nd Street and 12th Avenue from Tuesday July..
There is displacement, and there is expulsion. The former implies a possibility of coming back to the place from which someone or something was displaced. ..
Photo enthusiasts from across the world submitted 10,000 snapshots into 2015’s National Geographic Travel Photographer Competition in three categories–people, places, and nature. All shots had to be taken..
In «Comment peut-on être #Persian?», Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos combines photography, neon signs, sound pieces, and random objects in an attempt to poke fun at the post-Internet..
This symbol of American freedom has been the source of inspiration to many artists throughout the last century – often using it’s iconic image to form..
We have long accepted cities like London and New York as frontrunners in the global art scene; likewise, we’re familiar with art prowess in Istanbul,..
As children we learn to make the simple structure of an airplane, a form as old as Chinese origami that predates practical flying machinery by..
I recently had the pleasure of attending the Young Women in the Arts intimate roundtable discussion. Spearheaded by the brilliant Marilyn Minter and hosted by..