Tina Kim Gallery, Summer Group Show

Summer is here and galleries are opening their summer shows! Galleries are great summer activity since they’re air conditioned, clean, and, most of all, culturally enriching. Here are five galleries that you NEED to visit during your summer in New York: David Zwirner This is Not a Prop David Zwirner put together a multigenerational group […]

ArtBasel FOMO

We know a lot of us are dreading the inevitable FOMO with the barrage of Art Basel Instagram posts this week. Don’t panic: for those of us not jetting off to Switzerland, we’ve compiled a list of exciting things to see here in New York! Hashtag #notbasel on your insta to let us know what […]

The 2018 New Museum Triennial, entitled Songs for Sabotage, opened last week, but don’t feel bad if it slipped under your radar. Though this is the museum’s fourth triennial, it’s still a relatively new face on the -ennial scene. It’s the younger sibling, if you will, of the Whitney Biennial, whose 79th installment is a […]

It’s a big year for anniversaries. From Carrie Bradshaw’s first Cosmopolitan to the day Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone hit U.S. bookstores (has it really been 20 years?), there’s a lot to feel nostalgic about. Reminiscing about iconic pop culture moments isn’t the only reason we here at ArtBinder are getting sentimental. Some of […]

Yayoi Kusama David Zwirner 2017

We can all agree that fall is the best season. As the days get shorter and cooler, we toast the season with pumpkin spice lattes, don our fluffiest scarves, and head over to the plethora of exciting fall art exhibits in NYC. Don’t know where to start? Here’s a list of shows that we’re absolutely […]

Ahh spring is in the air. The sun is shining and our winter woes are finally behind us (sort of). That can only mean one thing: it’s time for Public Art Pandemonium where the best public art exhibits from around the country go head to head. Who will win this prestigious, competitive, and totally legit […]

sexting artbinder

“Sexting” (v): the act of text messaging someone in the hopes of having a sexual encounter with them later; initially casual, transitioning into highly suggestive and even sexually explicit (Urban Dictionary)   Wake up. Check Instagram. Send a Snapchat. Answer your iMessages. Sound familiar? We are living vicariously through our devices, as if inside a […]

akomfrah

Sounds and views of the sea greet you as soon as you walk into the new John Akomfrah exhibition at Lisson Gallery. Yet these screens do not depict the snapshots of a relaxing, sunny day at the beach.  Instead, Auto Da Fé, one of the two new works presented at Akomfrah’s American debut show, depicts […]

There is a new player in town, and no, it is not Danny Lyon at the Whitney nor Richard Serra at Gagosian: it is the first artist-run Super PAC, For Freedoms. You can catch them at eponymously named shows at both Jack Shainman Gallery locations.  Who are the masterminds behind For Freedoms, you ask? Hank […]

“What #artworld summer shows are going on in New York?” Here at ArtBinder, we get asked this a lot. Whether you’re a gallerina, the “artsy friend,” or someone who sources their information from Instagram, we are all on the quest to discover what is “new and hot.” Could this be the summer of photography and new […]