Photographic artist Alice Quaresma’s style is equal parts colorful and compelling. Her recent series, “Ocean Line,” which will be featured in the Hermès Spring Summer 2018 Le Monde d’Hermès magazine, features bright dashes and shapes over photographs of South American beach scenes. Alice’s work has often been described as “playful,” “transportive,” and “bold.” Her quest […]

We know, we know–this isn’t your first rodeo. It’s Armory Week and you’re packed, Instagram-ready, and have spent hours upon hours perfecting your PDF files and print outs. My friend, if that last bit is you, get ready to say adieu to your printer and hello to our mobile presentation tool (aka your new best […]

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 […]

Mexico City Cover

With plane tickets from New York to Mexico City a fraction of the cost of flights to Europe, why wait to book your trip to this art destination? An established cultural capital, Mexico City has a passionate, political, and artistic history. It’s no surprise that today it boasts a bold roster of contemporary galleries, blockbuster […]

7 Art Podcasts

There are plenty of Art Podcasts to transport you behind the scenes of the creative, seductive, and oftentimes curious art world. Have you ever wandered around an art gallery concocting a million questions but found nobody to answer them? Have you ever wanted to take things off the page and have a chat with your […]

Ai Weiwei Public Art NYC

Tired of paying exorbitant museum entry fees? Desperate for some fresh air in our concrete jungle? Exploring public art installations is not only accessible and free, it also opens the door to some of the most radical and beautiful sculptures, murals, and monuments in NYC. Public art fosters a sense of community, transforms unapproachable spaces […]

Art and Food Instagrams Rosewood London Art Afternoon Tea

Are you hungry? If your answer is yes, sorry – that’s about to get worse. If your answer is no, sorry – you will be by the end of this article. If the major success of The Museum of Ice Cream didn’t make it clear enough, the intersection between art, food, and instagram is more […]

Filming Art History Movie

You went to an opening last night, visited your friend at her gallery the day before, and last week you did late night hours at the Guggenheim and the Met. It’s safe to say you need a night in to recover from all that art world socializing. But ArtBinder, you wail, I still need my Friday […]

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 […]