Photographs by Marc Yankus are on view in the lightbox exhibition “Landmark City” at New York City’s Grand Central Station. The installation will be on view in the downstairs Dining Concourse at Grand Central Station through Summer 2020.
A reception with the artist will be held on Wednesday, July 10th, 2019, from 6:30-8:30pm at Grand Central Station, downstairs in the Dining Concourse.
The MTA Arts & Design lightbox installations have featured work by notable artists including Vik Muniz, Penelope Umbrico, Lynn Saville, Tatiana Arocha, Demetrius Freeman, and Glen DiCrocco.
For more information, please visit the MTA Arts & Design website.
Image: © Lissa Rivera, “Metamorphosis,” 2015. Lissa Rivera‘s series “Beautiful Boy” is included in the group exhibition “Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today” at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas. The exhibition opens on June 20th and will be on view through September 15, 2019. Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance
Work by Lissa Rivera will be on view at Postmasters in New York City in the exhibition “PRIDE,” a group show curated by Magda Sawon and Ruben Natal-San Miguel. The exhibition opens with a reception on Thursday, June 6th, from 6-8pm, and will be on view through July 20, 2019.
[L]: James Bidgood, “Pink Flowers, Water Colors,” early 1960s, Digital C-print; [R]: Lissa Rivera, “Study in Red and Blue,” 2015, Archival pigment print. Soho Photo Gallery in New York City is presenting “Photography After Stonewall,” a group exhibition including artworks by James Bidgood and Lissa Rivera. The exhibition opens with
Image: Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber, “Winter Monument,” 2017, Archival pigment print. Walnut Hill in Hudson, NY is presenting a group exhibition titled “What Could Possibly Go Wrong?” (curated by Stephen Mallon). The exhibition opens with a reception on May 24th and will be on view through July 28, 2019. We welcome
Foto Relevance in Houston, TX is presenting a solo exhibition of artworks by Robert Calafiore. “Robert Calafiore: Glass Relics” opens with a reception on May 17th and will be on view through June 28, 2019. Foto Relevance presents Glass Relics, a solo exhibition by Robert Calafiore featuring selections spanning ten
Work by Aziz + Cucher is on view in the group exhibition “Suffering From Realness” at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts. Opening on April 13, 2019, the exhibition features artworks by Aziz + Cucher, Cassils, Adriana Corral, Joey Fauerso, Jeffrey Gibson, Hayv Kahraman, Jennifer Karady, Titus Kaphar, Robert Longo,
Image: Installation of “Lissa Rivera: Beautiful Boy” at Millbrook School’s Warner Gallery. Lissa Rivera’s solo exhibition of “Beautiful Boy” opened this week at the Millbrook School’s Warner Gallery in Millbrook, New York: Based in Brooklyn, NY, photographer Lissa Rivera combines her interest in the social history of photography with ideas
Image: Lissa Rivera, “Motel, Virginia,” 2015, Archival pigment print. Work by Lissa Rivera is included in the exhibition “Bridging Division: Empathy and Humanity,” opening at The Light Factory in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Thursday, June 7th: “Bridging Division: Empathy and Humanity” will explore contemporary divisions through the personal interpretations of
Work by Bill Armstrong is on view at the Palazzo Reale Milano in the exhibition “In Full Light: Nine photographers in the Vatican Museums,” opening today, May 23, 2018: The unique project presents nine international photographers who have strived to interpret the complex reality of the Vatican Museums. Working in
Henry Horenstein’s feature-length documentary film PARTNERS is premiering at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on Saturday, May 12th, at 12:30 p.m.: Directed by photographer Henry Horenstein, whose work can be found in the MFA exhibition “(un)expected families,” this fascinating documentary incorporates clips from 13 interviews with couples who discuss
Image: © Amy Touchette, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, 2016. Photographer Amy Touchette has a number of events on the horizon in February and March 2018: – On February 22, 2018, at California Polytechnic State University, the artist will speak about her work from “The Young Series,” which will also be on view
Image: © Jen Davis, “Untitled No. 39,” 2010, Archival pigment print. An exhibition of Jen Davis’ acclaimed series “Eleven Years” is on view at the James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) at Mercer County Community College in Trenton, New Jersey: Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) announces
Image: © Mariette Pathy Allen, A novice nat kadaw preparing to assist their teacher at a nat paw in Mandalay. Ancient swords are part of the ritual stories of the nats. Join us at ClampArt on Thursday, 12.14.2017, from 6.00 – 8.00 p.m., for a pop-up exhibition and book release
Artworks from photographer Lissa Rivera’s series “Beautiful Boy” will be on view in a solo exhibition at the National Arts Club in New York City through November 25, 2017: Photographer and curator Lissa Rivera presents “Beautiful Boy,” an investigation of the visual language of femininity that is deeply embedded in
Above: Installation view of Jesse Burke’s artworks at the opening of “Made Masculine” at the UNH Museum of Art (plus two of the artist’s littles!) Artworks by Jesse Burke will be on view in three museum exhibitions opening in September: “Made Masculine” at the University of New Hampshire Museum of
Installation view of Rachel Papo’s photographs at MoCP Photographs from Rachel Papo’s series “Serial No. 3817131” will be on view in the exhibition “re:collection” at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago from July 13 – October 1, 2017. There will be an opening reception at the museum on Thursday,
Congratulations to Jesse Burke and Rachel Papo, whose photographs were selected for the public art exhibition THE FENCE 2017! Photographs from Rachel Papo’s series “Homeschooled” will be on view in seven cities nationwide, starting with Brooklyn Bridge Park on June 27th. Photographs from Jesse Burke’s series “Wild & Precious” will
Lissa Rivera’s photograph “Boudoir” will be on view in the SaveArtSpace exhibition “The Future is Female” at The Storefront Project in New York City from July 7 – July 16, 2017: SaveArtSpace brings public art to New York City, showcasing local female artists on advertising spaces throughout the area beginning
Henry Horenstein’s exhibition “Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music” will be on view at the Newport Art Museum from June 9 – August 13, 2017, with an opening reception at the museum on June 8th from 5-7pm. Henry Horenstein began documenting the country-music scene nearly fifty years ago. Having spent