“National Pastime,” the modest-sized but passionately realized show she’s curated at ART150 (150 Bay Street) seeks to put baseball in the context of wider American struggles for racial and gender equality.
The inaugural Art Crawl was large — almost 70 studios and related spaces were open — but it wasn’t so big that it couldn’t be experienced in its totality by a dedicated walker or cyclist.
During the Downtown Art Crawl on Thursday, July 28, the doors to ElevatorJC (135 Erie St.) and Art150 (150 Bay St.) will be open to the public from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.
The trio show at the Majestic Theatre Condominiums also features textile art from Sarah Garcia and Jessica Ward.
Two new solo shows at Novado Gallery (110 Morgan St.): an exhibition of oils on linen by Claudia Waters, and photography by Steve Pearlman.
Enter the Oculus on Vesey Street, and you’ll pass it: a twelve by sixteen foot work of crocheted wall art done in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. The team of textile artists behind “Peace for Ukraine” have superimposed an image of a dove, complete with an olive branch, atop the bands of sky blue and […]
“Savage” is an amusing but cutting show of roughly a hundred works by fifteen street artists, many of whom draw from advertisements, video games, official government announcements, cartoons, promo posters, and symbols from the American unconscious.
After years spent in pandemic limbo, EONTA, the bright and cheerful art space in the low building at the end of a residential cul-de-sac is back in operation with “Troublemakers.”
Both “The Emancipation Exhibition” at Crema and “Zero to 80” at SMUSH are family affairs. They fit the mood of contemporary McGinley Square.