‘Over time you become family’: the intimacy of lifecasting Oct 26, 2022

Two Bronx artists have paid tribute to their community by creating sculptures of their neighbours since the late 70s.

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Abigail DeVille’s First Museum Survey at the Bronx Museum of the Arts Oct 12, 2022

A new exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts celebrates the work of Abigail DeVille, a Bronx-based artist who uses found materials on the streets as part of her creations, to reflect the history and struggles of generations of people of color. 

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The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents the borough and all of its swagger Oct 10, 2022

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Fall Arts Preview 2022: Museum Shows You Won’t Want to Miss Oct 08, 2022

New York City is the heart-center of U.S. museums, so naturally new exhibitions each fall are exciting. Here are our picks for 2022.

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This October, The Bronx Museum presents Swagger and Tenderness: The South Bronx Portraits by John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres Aug 01, 2022

The Bronx Museum will present Swagger and Tenderness: The South Bronx Portraits by John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres, a survey exhibition foregrounding the people seen in these sculptural portraits, combining the artists’ best-known works with rarely seen pieces alongside never-before-seen archival images and ephemera.

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Abigail DeVille: Bronx Heavens Aug 01, 2022

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is pleased to announce Abigail DeVille: Bronx Heavens, the artist’s first museum survey which will examine the myths and realities of local, familial and ancestral histories and the convoluted notion of freedom in a countryfraught with oppression and racism.

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12 events to visit in New York City this August Jul 20, 2022

With temperatures still sky high, August in New York is the ideal time to head to a fun-packed event where entertainment and cooling refreshments are both in ready supply.

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Pride Week kicks off in the Bronx amid rise in hate crimes against LGBTQ+ community Jun 14, 2022

Pride Week kicked off Tuesday night in the Bronx, as members of the LGBTQ community gathered together for food and films, but it comes at a time when many don’t feel safe.

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Photo Exhibit Shows Four Decades of Humanity Jun 04, 2022

“It’s a joy to be here in The Bronx,” Shabazz told Norwood News at the exhibit’s opening. “This great institution has always been so kind to me. It’s the Bronx Museum that gave me one of my most important shows about, maybe, 15 years ago…. They’ve always respected the work I’ve done [so] I’m honored to be…

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Bang Geul Han: If You Grind the Threshold of Three Houses Jun 01, 2022

Bang Geul Han started researching legal texts on abortion access across the US in 2020 with Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.

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‘I want to capture love’: the intimacy of Jamel Shabazz’s photographs Jun 01, 2022

In a new retrospective of his work, the New York-based photographer looks back on his illustrious career and the connections he’s made along the way.

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‘I look at myself as an alchemist’: photographer Jamel Shabazz captures joy and sadness on the streets May 17, 2022

The Brooklyn photographer reflects on decades of capturing joy and sadness—often in the same image

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