This past year saw a huge groundswell of support for protests, most notably for Black Lives Matter. Protests for Palestine, Artsakh, and Pride were also some of the other campaigns that garnered attention on our screens and in the streets of our cities.
Ever since we published Luna Park’s lovely photo essay on New York’s sculptural street art, I’ve been looking more closely at work that projects out into public space. Yesterday, I spotted one of the oddest works of street art I’ve yet encounter (and there has been quite a bit). It reminded me of the work of NE […]
I spoke to artist Jennifer Dalton about the #class exhibition at the Ed Winkleman Gallery in New York and specifically about the issue of ethics. As the co-curator of the show, William Powhida was the other half of that curatorial team, I really wanted to know her take on an exhibition that seemed to swallow […]
Good find by Luna Park