Stay on top of this week’s socially-engaged public art projects.
Artist Jason Shawn Alexander pushes the emotional boundaries of the painted canvas.
When the Guggenheim takes its programming out to the streets, subways, and parks of New York City, they call on beloved prank collective Improv Everywhere.
What would be Gordon Parks’ one hundredth birthday has spawned celebratory shows on view all over New York.
Graffiti writer, trailblazing MC, outsider artist, and afrofuturist prophet.
Election-year art at the Rauschenberg Foundation, black light paintings in a Bushwick basement, and a festival presented by the New Yorker.