Q&A: Behind the scenes with Art in Odd Places Curator Furusho von Puttkammer This weekend, we’re looking forward to checking out the myriad of outdoor artworks and performances curated by Furusho von Puttkammer for the Art in Odd Places art fair.
Emily Conklin "…In that Empire, the Art of Cartography attained such Perfection that the map of a single Province occupied the entirety of a City, and the map of the Empire, the entirety of a Province. In time, those Unconscionable Maps
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Above: "To the Moon” // (2021) by 3irdeye on OpenSea Unless you’ve taken a vow of internet celibacy, or have somehow managed to avoid the news cycle of the past two weeks, then you likely have come across the subject of NFT
The first time I heard SOPHIE, a couple of friends and I were driving around aimlessly and blasting a few of the singles that would appear on her 2015 compilation record Product. I’ve always been an avid pop listener, and I’d
Pollinate editors Emily and Cornelia have each compiled a list of twenty art-related, or tangentially art-related, things they have encountered and enjoyed throughout 2020.It’s hard to think of this year as a year; in many ways, it has felt like
Tara DePorte is at the helm of the Creative Climate Awards, an annual celebration that activates arts and public spaces with an intent to draw attention to the climate crisis we’re living through today. The Creative Climate Awards is a program
The phrase “Broadway Local” may ring a bell if you’ve taken the R or W trains through Manhattan, passing beneath the bustle of the Flatiron District on a Monday morning or weaving your way through the insectile throngs of Penn
‘Always fighting against the machismo’: A conversation with Carla Maldonado on hybrid art spaces, indigenous rights, and SoMad’s current exhibition, FOGO!
Light pours in through the front windows at SoMad, a woman and queer-led art gallery, photo studio, and artist incubator located on the fourth floor of a building just below Madison Ave. It is a warm space; the hardwood lends