Four new sculptures explore blackness in Harlem's parks thanks to a new museum initiative called "inHarlem."
"The Beat Goes On" was curated by multidisciplinary artist Derrick Adams and is currently on view.
Group exhibition The Beat Goes On bridges the gap between music and art through its diverse ‘Listening Room’ installations.
'Tenses' exhibits art by a new wave of emerging black artists.
The artist uses found objects to make performative installations and sound sculptures. We visited his studio to learn about resins, tapes, and gas masks.
This mix was recorded live for American artist Kevin Beasley's Listening Room event at Fridman Gallery, as part of the New Ear Festival.
This year's 'Greater New York' show gets turned inside out, with 400 works by 156 artists who have lived, worked, and even died in New York City.
Nike Air Jordan 1 shoes, socks, shoelaces, cables, microphones and speakers become instruments at The Guggenheim.
The museum’s summer show tracks identity in the age of social media—and beyond.