It’s difficult to shake the 1980s these days. This week, the decade is being the celebrated at BAM as part of its film series, “Punks, Poets & Valley Girls; Women Directors in 1980s America.” One of those
If you’re on the hunt for an easy way to turn an ordinary outfit into an artistic ensemble, look no further than Niaski‘s purr-fect pins. Pairing two of her passions—art history and her own beloved pets—the
Behind every great piece of art is an artist with a story to tell. And although their masterpieces often speak for themselves, learning about the lives of the artist helps viewers to have a deeper understanding
There’s a small but distinguished art collection in New York featuring an eclectic array of works. It includes pieces by abstract expressionist Mark Rothko, realist painter Andrew Wyeth and Edwardian-era
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Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and the Friendship That Defined the Art World in 1980s New York City
A new book collects the Pop artist’s diary entries and highlights from his trove of photo negatives to tell a story about the unexpected friendship he struck up with the young painter. When Andy Warhol
On a recent day in the top-floor gallery of the Guggenheim Museum, Chaédria LaBouvier, a 34-year-old independent curator and the first black woman to organize a solo exhibition at the Guggenheim, contemplated