Samia Halaby at MSU Highlights Her 70 Year Career

Left: Samia Halaby. Photo courtesy of Shanti Knight. Right: Samia Halaby, "I Found Myself Growing in an Old Olive Tree," 2005. Courtesy of the artist, New York. Photo and copyright: Samia Halaby, New York.

Following the abrupt cancellation of her previous exhibition, Samia Halaby’s eagerly a...

Emerging Artists at the Art & History Museums of Maitland Explore Identity and Freedom

At the Art & History Museums of Maitland, the exhibition, The View from Within, offers exclusive insights into the lives and unique perspectives of emerging artists Nneka Jones and Shannon Elyse Curry.

Geometry and Light in HYBYCOZO's Largest Installation Yet

In an exclusive interview, artist collective HYBYCOZO reveal insights into making their largest installation yet, a sensory journey between sculpture and environment showing at Sensorio, the immersive outdoor museum in Paso Robles.

Kim Manocherian Transforms Her Manhattan Terrace with Art Collection

Kim Manocherian, an avid collector and arts patron known for her extensive Paula Rego collection transforms her Manhattan terrace into a stunning summer outdoor show.

Six Galleries Transform Abandoned School into The Campus in Hudson

All you need to know of the new exhibition space in Hudson, The Campus founded by six big dog galleries.

ARTNOIR’s Larry Ossei-Mensah on Expanding the Jar of Love Fund with Sotheby’s and SR_A

ARTNOIR in collaboration with Sotheby's and SR_A expand the Jar of Love Fund, and art currently gets to catch up with curator and founder Larry Ossei-Mensah over an interview.

Exhibitions to see this Summer

This summer, art lovers are in for a treat with some of the season’s must-see exhibitions. From Los Angeles to New York, explore art currently's top picks heating up the art scene!

Geary Contemporary Opens Duo Exhibitions of Memory and Folklore by Catherine Haggarty and Dan Gunn

In time for the forthcoming Upstate Art Weekend next month, Geary Contemporary opens two solo exhibitions: Catherine Haggarty's Just Drawings and Dan Gunn's The Ungrateful Son; both on view through July 28.

The Museum of Sex's "I Licked It, It’s Mine" Exhibition Showcases Playful Eroticism

New York’s Museum of Sex dips into human desire with its latest exhibition, “I Licked It, It’s Mine.” Showcasing the work of three female artists—Oh de Laval, Shafei Xia, and Urara Tsuchiya—the show explores stimulating themes of sex, desire, and intimacy through a range of exquisite artworks.

Color Atelier Opens Exclusive Brooklyn Showroom

Expanding their business from the West to the East Coast, Color Atelier’s wife-and-husband team unveiled their newest showroom in Brooklyn’s Industry City.

"Art for Aid" Fundraising Event Supports Gaza through the Power of Art

Art for Aid, a group committed to raising funds for humanitarian aid in Gaza returns for its second fundraiser on June 9, 2024.

Cantando Bajito: Incantations at The Ford Foundation Honors Feminized Bodies and Strategies of Resistance

The Ford Foundation Gallery opens its second iteration "Cantando Bajito: Incantations", part of its yearlong exhibition that started in January focusing on strategies of resistance against hostile attacks towards bodily autonomy and feminized bodies.

Glamour, Fashion and a Flare for the Dramatic at Tate Britain

“Sargent and Fashion” at the Tate Britain exhibits and honors the work of 20th-century artist John Singer Sargent through a remarkable display of his portraits, alongside garments worn by his sitters.

Embracing the Human Senses in Delcy Morelos’ North American Debut at Dia Chelsea

In Delcy Morelos’ new exhibition, "Delcy Morelos: El Abrazo," the Colombian artist known for using natural organic materials such as clay, soil, and natural fibers, explores the essential and profound relationships between water and earth in a two-part show at Dia Chelsea.

Self-Perception Through Glitz by Rachael Tarravechia

At the Ceysson & Bénétière Gallery in New York, the exhibition “Water on Velvet” by artist Rachael Tarravechia offers an exploration of self-perception and societal expectations through a blend of both digital landscapes and private spaces.