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Three metal boxes decorated as tenement buildings placed on the top of numerous concrete bricks.

Review: ‘Histories We Carry’ intertwines a New York and Latinx upbringing

The Latinx Project at NYU artist-in-residence Estelle Maisonett’s exhibition will be on display at 20 Cooper Square until May 10.
Annie Emans, Contributing Writer February 27, 2024

“Histories We Carry” is a collection of eye-catching collages, sculptures and paintings by Estelle Maisonett, the artist-in-residence at the Latinx Project at NYU. Maisonett...

David Lynch: Big Bongo Night. 540 W. 25th St., Nov. 4-Dec. 17. (Courtesy of Pace Gallery)

For the first time, David Lynch gets weird on canvas

David Lynch’s “Big Bongo Night” is a mixed-media approach to the filmaker’s signature style. The exhibit is on view at Pace Gallery until Dec. 17.
Katherine Williams, Contributing Writer November 30, 2022

Before he was a renowned filmmaker, David Lynch just wanted to paint. He only started making films out of a desire to see his paintings move; thus, his debut short “Six Men Getting...

Morgan Mueller’s Reverie Field isn’t just an installation. It’s an experience that allows participants — such as NYU President Andrew Hamilton, above — to translate their memories and emotions associated with them into patterns and sequences of light. Once the participant finishes their exploration, they find themselves surrounded by their memories and feelings in the form of unique light patterns. (Courtesy of Morgan Mueller)

Morgan Mueller Merges Science and Art in an Array of Interactive Media

An engineering student merges science and art in an array of interactive media that explores the tension between man and technology.
Megan Chew, Contributing Writer October 16, 2019

Sculptural piece by senior Christine Sersea

As the Neighborhood Goes, So Do We

Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor November 14, 2016
"There Goes the Neighborhood," the exhibit currently on display at NYU's Barney Building, gives diversity to the BFA's sense of neighborhood through its exploration of mediums and texture.
The Creatives Issue

The Creatives Issue

Anna Letson and Polina Buchak October 31, 2016
This issue is not about creating art within a specific school, but about having a passion to pursue art outside of academics.
“I am only in control of vegetables” is a Steinhardt student art gallery on display through September 24.

Steinhardt Trio’s Exhibit Pokes Fun at Control

Carter Glace, Staff Writer September 12, 2016
NYU Steinhardt students Lilli Bitucci ‘14, Audrey Tseng ‘15 and Olivia Chou ‘14 opened their exhibit "I am only in control of vegetables," a never-too-serious take on nihilism, this past week.
In Conversation with Sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor

In Conversation with Sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor

Angela Dizon, Staff Writer May 2, 2016
Sir Anish Kapoor came to 92Y on the Upper East Side to discuss his legendary sculpting career.
Tom Sachs Brings the Beat to the Brooklyn Museum with Boombox Retrospective

Tom Sachs Brings the Beat to the Brooklyn Museum with Boombox Retrospective

Angela Dizon, Staff Writer April 27, 2016
Tom Sachs makes sculptures out of boomboxes in a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.
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.
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".
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.
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.