Archive for "Art"

For iconic photographer, imitation is sincerest form of flattery

For iconic photographer, imitation is sincerest form of flattery

An exhibit at BronxArtSpace through Aug. 8 combines the work of a renowned Bronx photographer and the paintings of two Brazilian artists who for years admired his iconic photos from afar.

Graffiti gets time in the limelight

Graffiti gets time in the limelight

“Run Wild,” an exhibit featuring the work of 50 artists at Wallworks Gallery through July 11, is a celebration of graffiti’s most visible era, the 1970s, when it was ubiquitous on subways and buildings around the city.

Troubling photos divide opinions at local exhibit

Troubling photos divide opinions at local exhibit

A war of words stemming from a Bronx Documentary Center exhibit has erupted over photojournalistic ethics.

‘Gray Lady’ hosts a talk on neighborhood change

‘Gray Lady’ hosts a talk on neighborhood change

Artists and residents gathered for “Shifting Sands: New Dynamics in the Bronx Art Scene,” a panel meant to promote a public conversation about how Mott Haven residents can adapt to rapid development.

Photos from documentary website featured in Melrose

Photos from documentary website featured in Melrose

A photo exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center through June 7 spotlights the acclaimed Social Documentary Network, an online website dedicated to telling compelling stories from around the world through photography.