MvVO ART, an innovative art venture dedicated to creating opportunities for artists, announced a Call for Artists submissions to AD ART SHOW – its newest art venture – during a reception at Y&R. Continue Reading →
An enormous exhibition by the activist artist Ai Weiwei, designed to draw attention to the world’s refugee crisis, is going on view at some 300 sites around New York City. Continue Reading →
The Museum of Modern Art will display two works selected by artist David Hammons—the recently acquired Black Pope (Sandwich Board Man) (1973) and a brush and ink drapery study by Leonardo da Vinci—in Charles White—Leonardo da Vinci. Continue Reading →
From Harlem to France, when Pablo Picasso died in 1973, he was 91 years old and had made his mark on the world as perhaps the most important artist of the 20th century. Continue Reading →
Out magazine reports that Tyler Wallach, the self-described “1988 lovechild of Keith Haring and Lisa Frank,” was invited this weekend to Barneys New York to paint on luxury products for a live audience—a feat for the queer Harlem artist, who’s been a local LGBTQ mainstay for several years. Continue Reading →
This exhibit features the works of artists printmakers who are members of the “[easyazon_link identifier=”B007BOB41M” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Consejo Grafico[/easyazon_link]” (The Graphic Council), a national Latinx organization of “Talleres” printmaking workshops. Continue Reading →
The Demolition Depot and Irreplaceable Artifacts in Harlem, a modest Harlem tenement building is a unique source of vintage plumbing fixtures, doors, windows, shutters, railings, gates, grills, mantels, stone and terracotta pieces, religious objects and so much more worth millions of dollars.