The Bushwick-based artist's work incorporates objects he collects, including weeds, cigarette packets, chains, sticks and coffee cups among other commonplace debris.
A new short film sheds light on how a Bedford-Stuyvesant mural painted last summer helped transform a bustling thoroughfare into a local gathering space — creating a long-lost sense of community.
On view beginning on January 15, “Let Freedom Ring” will present the work of seven Brooklyn artists addressing the idea of freedom on BAM's sign hanging over Flatbush Avenue.
This summer, because of concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the party was postponed.
Prospect Park Bandshell visitors will find a colorful text-based art installation intended to lift the spirits of gloomy Brooklynites feeling despondent about the current state of affairs.
City arts organizations unveiled a pair of photo exhibits on construction fences along two public housing complexes in Red Hook last week.
Vandals used spray-paint to deface a children’s mural aimed at honoring the Black Lives Matter movement in Windsor Terrace — devastating the young Brooklynites, according to the educator who helped coordinate the piece.
When Jill Schoolman founded Gowanus-based Archipelago Books in 2003, she wanted to broaden the literary landscape in the United States.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the free annual Brooklyn Book Festival returns this fall for an all-virtual weeklong lineup of readings, author talks, and workshops.
Bed Stuy artist Paul Sue-Pat's latest show reflects his past, including his childhood growing up in the mountains of Jamaica, and nature seen on walks during the pandemic shutdown.