Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965 examines the New York art scene between the peak of Abstract Expressionism in the early 1950s and the rise of Pop Art and Minimalism in the early 1960s.
This exhibition focuses on the creative community, sometimes called “the 5.” An intersection of artists, writers, and filmmakers from the UAE, South Asia, and Europe.
This exhibition explores the tensions that emerge in our everyday relationships with technology, looking at such issues as isolation vs. connectedness, and privacy vs. social media.
“Phantom Limb” is Al-Hadid’s first solo exhibition in the Arab World. Her towering sculptures, spectral wall pieces, and surreal bronzes will fill the 7,000 square foot gallery.
A major new project by the art collective known as "Slavs and Tatars." The exhibition and accompanying book trace the contemporary obsession with self-help to a medieval genre of political science, “mirrors for princes,” shared among Christian and Muslim lands, with Machiavelli’s THE PRINCE being the most famous example.