Barbara Reina


Low wages leave US arts workers with few prospects

Survey of employees of cultural institutions in the country’s Berkshires region finds many need multiple jobs to stay afloat

As war rages in Ukraine, an exhibition considers four centuries of armed conflict through the eyes of artists on the front lines

Images by Francisco de Goya, Roger Fenton and others at the Clark Art Institute offer historical counterpoints to horrific footage from the current conflict, reflecting how much—and how little—about war has changed

Sarah Oppenheimer brings her interactive sculptures to Upstate New York

The Wellin Museum’s exhibition features four new “instruments” created for the institution’s open-plan space

New Mass MoCA director pledges to ‘honour the past and build from there’

Kristy Edmunds replaces Joseph C. Thompson after lengthy period of layoffs and new staff union over pandemic

Want to escape New York for the weekend? Here’s what to see at the Second Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl

Galleries are hosting artist receptions, shops and restaurants are open late and buskers will line the streets of the upstate city

Picture perfect: Ellsworth Kelly’s rarely seen postcard collages on view in Saratoga

The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery reopens to the public this weekend with a special exhibition of intimate works by the abstract artist

In unanimous decision, Kinderhook zoning board recognises Nick Cave’s Truth Be Told is art not a sign

The village zoning board agreed with public and art world opinion that the vinyl text installation is “a political message in art”

Locals in upstate New York defend Nick Cave installation at appeal hearing over its removal

A debate about art and censorship erupted in Kinderhook after village officials ordered a work to be taken down from Jack Shainman’s The School outpost