“Dressed Up”: A series of collages comparing hip-hop and Victorian sartorial cultures
Sixteen drawings by the acclaimed artist explore dendritic systems (with removable poster)
A series of photographs whose subjects occur in the same split-second of time
This stunning, 6-foot-long double foldout utilizes hundreds of the artist’s photographs.
A comic strip whose subjects include theory, culture, history, and the “Black Metropolis”
The artist color-coded grids created by his landlord to predict winning lottery numbers.
31 artists are invited to reimagine recipe cards as miniature in-home performances.
For “Esprit de Corpse,” multiple artists worked individually to knit a single garment.
Manipulated barbershop posters and discarded photographs create resonant portraits of masculinity.
In “Egypt,” a picture story told with Tarot-like images, two children embark upon an Egyptian adventure.
The artist maps her surroundings with whimsical drawings.
“Foot and Stocking Series,” a series based on a 1965 painting by the artist
Sharon Van Etten, Doveman, Memoryhouse, and 9 others create songs inspired by (and named after) the artists of their choice.
Esopus 14, a special edition devoted to projects by 12 contemporary artists, is now available on newsstands.
A group exhibition with works by John Baldessari, Marcia Kure, Kerry James Marshall, John O’Connor, Roxy Paine, Judy Pfaff, Barbara Probst, and others.