Exhibition

Culture

artists respond to the one-year anniversary of trump's muslim ban

The curators of 'Before We Were Banned,' a group art show opening in Bushwick tonight, spent this time last year protesting at JFK airport.
Salma Haidrani
1.26.18
Music

7 super-rare album covers designed by basquiat, warhol, nan goldin, and more

Tracing the history of modern art through iconic vinyl artwork.
Emily Manning
1.10.18
Culture

these powerful photos inspired kendrick lamar's "element." video

A new exhibition celebrates legendary photojournalist Gordon Parks, whose images of black America remain fiercely relevant today.
Hannah Ongley
12.6.17
News

step inside yayoi kusama’s mind-bending selfie wonderland

Arrive with a fully charged phone battery — Kusama's latest exhibition, “Festival of Life,” includes two brand new Infinity Mirrored Rooms.
Hannah Ongley
11.2.17
Arts

this photographer captures the fast melting glaciers of nepal

The glacial Gokyo lake is a rare beauty under threat of climate change.
Briony Wright
10.26.17
Art

turning her late granny’s carpets into art, this artist has learned a new way of coping with grief

Dealing with the tragic loss of her grandmother, Christabel MacGreevy responded the only way she knew how: immortalizing her memory in beautiful color drawings.
Antonia Marsh
6.9.17
Interviews

what travel photography says about how we view the world

A new exhibition in Berlin explores travel images that are much more than #InstaTravel.
Catherina Kaiser
5.5.17
News

a major rodarte museum exhibition is on the way

Further proof that fashion has finally earned its place in museums.
André-Naquian Wheeler
4.21.17
Art

lessons from william eggleston about william eggleston

"The only pictures I like are the ones I've taken."
Clementine de Pressigny
3.23.17
Culture

a 'kids'-inspired photo exhibition explores the danger and desirability of youth

‘Eternal Youth’ — a new show opening tomorrow at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago — features work by Wolfgang Tillmans, Larry Clark, Ryan Trecartin, Amalia Ulman, Eddie Peake, and Calvin Klein.
Emily Manning
3.10.17
Culture

​luis venegas goes pink in paris

A new rose-tinted exhibition by editor Luis Venegas brings together artists such as Nan Goldin, Bruce Weber, and Juergen Teller, for a look at the “undeniable queer history” of the color pink.
Lynette Nylander
2.23.17
News

bill cunningham’s bicycle is going on display in new york

The New York Historical Society just acquired the beloved late photographer's camera, library, and personal effects.
Jo Rosenthal
2.17.17