Creative Time + Pedro Reyes’ “Doomocracy” at the Brooklyn Army Terminal

A politically-themed haunted house across the epic space in Sunset Park

For anyone unfamiliar with the Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park, statistics help paint a clear picture. Built back in 1917, it’s over 95 acres of land, warehouses, cargo and docks in South Brooklyn. There are similarities here to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which has been playing host to art galas, performance pieces and product releases for years now. Public art powerhouse (and non-profit) Creative …

Maarten Baas Paints the Time at Schipol

A new variation of the Dutch designer's conceptual clock takes inspiration from the Amsterdam airport itself

Dutch designer Maarten Baas revisits his 2009 “Real Time” concept in a new site-specific project commissioned by Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, following in the footsteps of other “Real Time” clocks found in the nearby Rijksmuseum, as well as the Victoria Museum in Melbourne and MoMA, New York. This edition is a gigantic three-meter-high version found in Lounge 2 at the European hub that sees 15 million …

Norberto Rodriguez’s “ART, AMIRITE?” at Maitland Foley Gallery, LA

The performance artist on living as his alter-ego for 36 years, and finally letting him go

In a fascinating (albeit potentially difficult to understand via words) artistic endeavor, Cuban-born Norberto Rodriguez of NOR(BERT)O inc. has created “ART AMIRITE?”—a show at LA’s Maitland Foley which is a collection of objects, artworks and artifacts gathered throughout the life of the late Bert Rodriguez. From the brain of Norberto (who re-emerged into the world the day after Bert’s death), the show is part performance …