Deputy Arts Editor

“Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It’s Kept” exhibition picture (Photo by Natalia Palacino Camargo)

Celebrate the history of hip-hop and its global impact at this Fotografiska exhibit, open until May 20.
Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on April 29 with some of our favorite local stores.
Lena Dunham’s cringeworthy characters and dysfunctional friendships have found a new audience among Gen Z, 11 years after the show’s debut.
Ending on April 23, “no existe un mundo poshuracán” highlights the talent of more than 15 Puerto Rican artists.
Barbara Kruger’s newest exhibit is the most commercial, anti-capitalist exhibition about power dynamics and bodily autonomy.
This year’s Whitney Biennial is an interdisciplinary showcase of contemporary American art that grapples with the social issues of a complex world.
“WAKE” redefines the body through the outstanding work of NYU photography students. The exhibit runs from Dec. 2-22 at NYU Special Collections in Bobst Library.
Oscar yi Hou’s debut exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum confronts generalized notions of the global East and West in a celebration of queerness and Asian American communities.
Anicka Yi proves abstract art doesn’t have to be boring.
The New Museum’s current Faith Ringgold retrospective offers an insightful perspective on the fight for Black and women’s liberation over the past six decades.
MoMA’s current retrospective on the iconic Dadaist artist Sophie Taeubur-Arp inspires whimsy with her colorful aesthetic and vast array of disciplines.​​​​​​​
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