new york exhibitions
reginald sylvester II makes mega poignant art inspired by dreams and scriptures
As his new solo show, Premonition, opens at Lever House, New York, we talk faith, abstraction and tapping the subconscious with very good painter of paint, Reginald Sylvester II.
marcus leatherdale shares never-before-seen portraits of robert mapplethorpe
As he debuts photographs of the provocative artist made during a late night in 1979, Leatherdale shares his memories of Mapplethorpe and downtown New York.
antony micallef paints donald trump’s face on the front of cigarette packets for latest group exhibition
As the controversial Why I Want To Fuck Donald Trump exhibition opens today at New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery, we talk to the artist about all things Donald Trump.
jenny holzer and robert mapplethorpe works on show in an abandoned hospital
Human Condition, a recently-opened group exhibition, eschews the L.A. gallery scene for a slightly different setting: a former hospital’s surgery rooms, pediatric wing, and psych ward.
88-year-old street photographer len speier opens his first solo show
The accomplished artist and lawyer will debut Nearly Everybody, a show featuring work made from the 1960s to 1980s, tonight in New York.