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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

Heather Hutchisons solo exhibit, What I learned from the Sky, displayed at Winston Wachter Fine Art focuses on the use of ambient light as a main material in her work.

Heather Hutchison Learns from the Sky

Qianqian Li, Staff Writer April 28, 2016
Heather Hutchison's exhibition at Winston Watcher Fine Art incorporates ambient light as its main material.
The Idiot is on display at Brennan & Griffin Gallery in Red Hook at 62 Delavan Street in Brooklyn, NY from April 1st - May 22nd.

Creepily Cheerful Art Inspired by Dostoevsky on Display in ‘The Idiot’

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer April 8, 2016
"The Idiot," Dave McDermott's new art gallery in Red Hook mixes the upsetting and the humorous.
Ella Barnes is one of the 19 graduating Tisch seniors whose works are being shown in the SHOW TWO 2016 exhibit.

Womanhood Buds and Grows in Tisch Exhibit

Talia Milavetz, Entertainment Editor March 28, 2016
The Tisch Photography & Imaging BFA Thesis Exhibition features eclectic works in photography and multimedia from Tisch seniors.
Currently on show at the Woodland Gallery, the Kingdom exhibit features the street art of BK Foxx.

Street Artist Creates Show to Advocate for Wildlife

Qianqian Li, Contributing Writer March 25, 2016
"Kingdom", the new solo show from street artist BK Foxx, focuses on threats to wildlife and the conservation of nature.
The new Metropolitan museum, the Met Breuer, opened to the public on March 18.

The Met Breuer Opens With Unfinished Art and Concepts

Audrey Deng, Deputy Managing Editor March 21, 2016
The Met Breuer museum opens with a Nasreen Mohamedi retrospective and an exhibition called "Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible".
Paperwork and the Will of Capital,” is a current photographic exhibition about the symbolic nature of flowers at the Gagosian Gallery.

Flowers of Diplomacy Wilt at Gagosian

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer February 22, 2016
The new exhibit "Paperwork and the Will of Capital" at the Gagosian Gallery features recreations of flower arrangements from important diplomatic meetings.
New York Now is a new exhibition by Don Perlis at the Denise Bibro Fine Art in Chelsea.

Elmo Drinks Soda and Subway-goers Cower in Elaborate Chelsea Gallery

Rebecca Kao, Contributing Writer February 18, 2016
Don Perlis presents art focused on New York's iconic landmarks at The Denise Bibro Fine Art gallery in Chelsea.
Journalist and artist Laura Poitras creates an interactive exhibition space where the viewer is immersed into snapshots of post 9-11 America.

Surveillance Exhibit Has Interactive Twist

Abraham Gross, Deputy Opinion Editor February 16, 2016
Laura Poitras, director of Oscar winning film "Citizenfour," explores similar themes of surveillance in her new exhibition "Astro Noise".
Curated by Adam Dunlavy, “Close to the Chest” is a collaborative exhibition featuring the works of Steinhardt seniors Paula Rondon and Natalie Tung.

Gallery Intrigues Through Obscurity

Qianqian Li, Contributing Writer February 16, 2016
The gallery, featuring works from Paula Rondon and Natalie Tung, is the first show in Steinhardt's 2016 Senior Honors Studio series.
The local arts community gathered on Friday evening at The BogArt in Bushwick to welcome Art Guerra’s newly exhibited colorful mixed media paintings.

Guerra Gallery in Brooklyn Plays with Science to Make Trippy Paintings

Lily Dolin, Staff Writer February 10, 2016
The new exhibit at BogArt in Bushwick shows Art Guerra's style of layering beads, rubber, and foil on the canvas.
“Picturing Prestige: New York Portraits 1700-1860” is a current exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York which showcases artwork from three different eras of New York City.

History Through the Eyes of the Portrait

Tony Schwab, Staff Writer February 8, 2016
"Picturing Prestige: New York Portraits 1700-1860" is a new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
StyleLikeUs Whats Underneath Project profiles stylish individuals to tell the unique story behind their clothes.

Beauty and style deeper than skin and sneakers

Laura Casado, Contributing Writer November 17, 2015
Beauty company Olie Biologique and mother-daughter duo blog StyleLikeU rebrand style for an all-inclusive public.