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Kelela performing at the 2016 Mystery Concert.

Photo: Mystery Concert Headliners Revealed

September 4, 2018

Kelela performing at the 2016 Mystery Concert.

Dresses from the Fashion Institute of Technology’s exhibit “Paris Refashioned (1957 - 1968).” These garments pushed the boundaries of acceptable dress for women in the 1960s feminist movement.

FIT Celebrates the Modern Woman of the 1960s

February 16, 2017
The Museum at FIT's latest exhibit holds not just the fashion that influenced that era, but pieces like Yves Saint Laurent's tradition-defying Le Smoking suit, one of the most iconic pieces of women's evening wear in Western history.
The Black Lives Matter art show presents an interactive art wall at the Living Gallery in Brooklyn

Cubit Urges Us to Occupy Art to Combat Racial Inequality

February 3, 2017
Carla Cubit's "Black Lives Matter" exhibit at The Living Gallery provides an insightful and even hopeful look into the state of politics.
A film saturated with NYU alums, “Viral Beauty” takes a look at what fame means in the digital age.

‘Viral,’ a Collection of NYU Talent

October 17, 2016
NYU alums Casey Killoran and David Tyson Lam paired talents to create the stunningly relevant "Viral Beauty," a portrait of fame in the age of social media.
Taryn Simon’s “An Occupation of Loss” held at the Park Avenue Armory is an exhibit that examines the way we experience grief and how we cope with it.

“An Occupation of Loss” Supports The Expression of Grief

September 21, 2016
Taryn Simon's limited-run exhibit at the Park Ave Armory, "Occupation of Loss," explores the complex way we have come to regard the sensation of grief in a way that bulldozes the taboo around expressing it.