“Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving,” the largest U.S. exhibition in a decade devoted to the influential Mexican painter, will open on February 8.
Celebrate the work of black artists with a night of performances from Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber.
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.
Before a new film about artist Jean-Michel Basquiat hits the airwaves you can watch a screening in the borough where he was born.
The show, which closes on July 22, features 123 Latin American women artists from 15 countries, many of whom are largely unknown.
When the temperature drops, dream of roaring fireplaces with a virtual tour of interiors from Brooklyn's past.
The Brooklyn Museum is hosting the 5th Annual American Fine Craft Fair Show this weekend, bringing an inspiring mix of artisans displaying their talent.
If you were in the need of any number of wares in the 19th century you may have headed to the shops stretching along Fulton Street.
A two-day event at the Brooklyn Museum will bring together artists, activists, and other leaders from the worlds of business and technology.
The vast international touring-exhibition about the late, famed glam-rock singer comprises nearly 400 items from the singer’s career.