Harnessing the scale of BAM’s outdoor digital signpost as a vehicle for public art, the project aims to spark civic discourse in Brooklyn and encourage viewers to reflect on what freedom truly means in 2021.
Hollis Taggart presents a two-person exhibition of work by Idelle Weber and Aurora Robson. Remnant Romance, Environmental Works: Idelle Weber and Aurora Robson will feature…
Living and working in Baku, Azerbaijan, Aida Mahmudova’s works are harmonious with the physical nature of her chosen materials and her preferred earthly palette.
Spanning from 1939 to the early 2000s, the featured works will be accompanied by rarely seen archival materials and preparatory sketches, which articulate Irving Penn’s notion of “photographism.”
In Messages for the City: Dreaming Forward, eight artists reflect on our collective futures.
The exhibition explores the varied landscapes of Librado Romero’s journeys, both internal and external, from his childhood in Calexico, California, to his studio in Yonkers and a home overlooking the Hudson River.