We spoke with painter, sculptor, and filmmaker José Parlá about the premiere of his latest work, a foray into experimental documentary film.
We spoke with Nicole Will, independent curator at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, about their newest exhibit on the late composer Arthur Russell, a pioneer of electronic music.
We caught up with DJ Stretch Armstrong shortly after the publication of the new book he cowrote with Evan Auerbach "No Sleep: NYC Nightlife Flyers 1988-1999" to talk DJ culture and the heyday of New York nightlife.
Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016, the latest exhibit at the Whitney Museum, brings cinema out of the movie theater and into the museum.
Contemporary artist Tom Fruin talks with The 10,000 about creating art with found materials, drawing inspiration from the mundane, and why persistance is so important for artists.
British artist Martin Creed's 25-foot tall, rotating neon-red sculpture proclaims a not-so-subtle message visible from Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Brooklyn Bridge: Understanding. Work No. 2630, UNDERSTANDING (2016) is Creed's largest public sculpture to date.
A swimming pool in Rockefeller Center? Scandinavian artist duo Elgreen and Dragset discuss the concept of "readymades," public art, and their latest sculpture "Van Gogh's Ear," on display in New York City this spring.
In the center of Times Square this Valentine's Day, a monumental sculptural loop of radiant golden mirrored hearts transports viewers into a whimsical inner world.
Located outside Lower Manhattan's Brookfield Place, the 5,300 square-foot pop-up museum presented five installations based on a corresponding emotion including optimistic, exhilarated and calm.
Harmonium Mountain is a collection of Ross' multiple attempts to share and reinterpret an experience with nature through animated visualizations and music.
Artist Doug Aitken's recent documentary captures "Station to Station," his 2013 month-long, cross-country, moving art installation.