Wherever You Go

Ari Marcopoulos presents richly degraded photography, photocopies and film in a new solo show

Dark, densely textured images seem to float on the stark white walls of the Marlborough Chelsea, the mostly massive black and white photographs fill the space with an almost unrecognizable, vaguely ominous mood. “Wherever You Go” is a considered collection of new photographs, photocopies and film by renowned photographer, filmmaker and artist Ari Marcopoulos. “It’s as much about photography as it is about printmaking,” says …

The Same

Lin Tianmiao's presents a thread-covered apocalypse at Beijing BCA

After two years of absence from the art scene, Lin Tianmiao is back for the largest solo exhibition of her career with new works at Beijing Center for the Arts (BCA). As one of the most important Chinese contemporary female artists, she’s renowned internationally for her ability to transform threads and textiles into staggering works of art, as seen in “The Same”. Her latest exhibition …

Dark Sun

Ari Marcopoulos documents NYC's incognito surfing community in his upcoming solo show

Photographer Ari Marcopoulos, who got his start as an assistant to Andy Warhol, documents the diverse and often gritty subcultures of American youth. His new solo exhibition, “Dark Sun”—opening tonight at Nike’s Bowery Stadium in NYC—casts an eye on the lesser seen community of surfers who call America’s largest urban metropolis home. Shot on 35mm over just two weeks, Dark Sun takes a raw look …