The creators of 'Terminal 3' hope the experience will challenge users preconceived notions of Muslims.
The most prestigious and innovative galleries throughout Latin America come to the US to break down walls.
2017 is terrible. We're going back to the 90s, and you're invited.
A new exhibition sees Collin van der Sluijs and Super-A picking up where each other leaves off.
The barbershop is one of the enduring safe spaces for the black community.
A retrospective post show documenting the rise and popularity of Haring’s boldly-outlined ‘radiant child.’
The one-night-only art installation and performance "Sexual Fragments Absent" transformed Manhattan's oldest dungeon with emoji videos, disturbingly beautiful sculptures, and interactive play performances.
In conjunction with the No Vacancy II pop-up exhibit, Creators' Editor-in-Chief Marina Garcia-Vasquez leads a panel on the creation of non-traditional art spaces.
'We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women , 1965-85' is a group show that focuses on women of color as artists and activists
We Buy Gold is a newly opened black-owned gallery in Bed-Stuy.
Vegas's Erotic Heritage Museum has always had a progressive agenda, but in the Trump era, it's finding a reinvigorated sense of purpose.
Here's our curated roundup of the art and the artists we spoke with at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at Art Week Miami 2016.