What art market? Hatuey Ramos-Fermín shows us the thriving and diverse art scene in New York City’s Bronx, where community-driven projects create a robust ecosystem, not an economic system.
By Rachel Brown for the Hunts Point Express Dozens of Hunts Point residents marched with nearly 400,000 demonstrators in the People’s Climate March in Manhattan this past Sunday, calling on world leaders to make drastic changes, all the while chanting slogans such as, “The South Bronx is under attack. What do we do? Stand up,Continue reading “Marchers demand cleaner air, healthier food”
by Max Crosbie-Jones for Blouin ARTINFO BANGKOK — Conceptual artist Arin Rungjang was recently confirmed as one of two artists due to helm the Thai Pavilion at this summer’s Venice Biennale (the other being Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch). Surprisingly, it appears that his contribution will be quite un-Rungjang like in some respects — free of the audience activities or site-specific responses for whichContinue reading “Arin Rungjang on Cooking up “Golden Teardrop” for the Thai Pavilion in Venice”
CEC ArtsLink’s pioneering project One Big City, the first city-wide effort of its kind, will engage New York City’s diaspora communities through the collaborative projects of local artists and their colleagues from the countries whose émigré populations contribute to New York’s unique makeup. One Big City will provide a platform for artists to explore cultural and artistic identitiesContinue reading “CEC Artslink One Big City”