Party On at Dia: Beacon
Detroit’s DJ maestro Carl Craig's first sound art exhibition opened at the upstate museum right before the pandemic, bringing new poignancy to the project.
Justin Solomon on Making Black Work, Masculinity, and Being Seen
The artist speaks with Antwaun Sargent ahead of his new show "Just Pictures," which opened at projects+gallery in St. Louis this week.
In the Midst of a Sculpture Park, a Skate Bowl
Chemi Rosado-Seijo’s "Mahican Pearl Hole (Mahican Bowl)" is now on view at Art Omi.
In the Hamptons, a Roving Art Gallery
The spirit of Grey Gardens lives on in Hadley Vogel and Abby Lloyd's East Hampton Tow.
You Can Now Wear Rashid Johnson's "Anxious Men"
Signet rings, bracelets, and military tag necklaces are all part of his new collection with LIZWORKS.
An Incomplete History of the Whitney’s Curatorial Fumblings
Understanding the museum's recently announced and recently cancelled show, "Collective Actions: Artists Interventions in a Time of Change."
I Attended a Touching Party (Don't Worry It Was Art)
Faith Holland's multi-channel new show, "Hard/Soft," is on view now.
The Musings of Sheree Hovsepian
GARAGE chats with the Iranian-American artist ahead of shows at Half Gallery and Halsey McKay Gallery.
How to Make an Art Book When All Else Fails
Musician Tim Presley of White Fence and DRINKS discusses his art book, Under the Banner of Concern, with GARAGE.
Lost? Restless? Let Kris Perry’s New Sculpture Act As Your Temple
The Rockaways are getting public art for the people.
Writing Obituaries for the American Dream
The Dominican artist Lizania Cruz discusses her latest work included in El Museo del Barrio's new triennial, "Estamos Bien: La Trienal 20/21."
In Jorge Pardo's "Tecoh," a Place to See and to Learn
The artist discusses his project with the environmentalist and collector Claudia Madrazo and gallerist Friedrich Petzel.