A look at a lifetime's worth of holiday cards made by the Brooklyn artist Thor Rinden.
The Trinidadian-born artist, who lives in Brooklyn, has taken the famous bridge as the inspiration for much of his new work at a recent solo exhibition at the LAND Gallery.
The recently published book, titled “Deana Lawson: An Aperture Monograph,” includes work photographed in both Brooklyn and beyond.
The theater chain has new signage on the marquee outside their new space, a landmarked building located in the former location of the Pavilion Theater.
A book of her photographs, first published in 2008, was reissued in September by Brooklyn-based publisher powerHouse Books.
The exhibition, on view at the Brooklyn Museum through February 3, is the latest in a recent profusion of museum exhibitions that address the inadequate representation of African-American artists.
The building opened in 2016, but the Brooklyn Public Library and cultural spaces at 300 Ashland in Fort Greene won't open till at least 2020, groups involved said.
Take a peek inside the creative environments of hundreds of Brooklyn artists this month with the return of Gowanus Open Studios.
It's time to gear up for another packed weekend of art as the annual Bushwick Open Studios returns for a 12th year.
Kim Brown, a fine artist, quit her full-time job as a lawyer four years ago and opened the Greenpoint gallery two years later to reconnect with her art work.