Baxter St Artists In Focus Benefit Auction with Artsy
Baxter St’s first-ever online auction with Artsy was live from January 27th - February 10th, 2022! Anchored by a fundamental belief in equity, proceeds from the auction equally support the contributing artists and Baxter St.
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Artists In Focus Initiative
Created as a call-to-action to mitigate some of the pandemic’s impact, The Artists In Focus Fund generated immediate funds for Baxter St artists who have an urgent need for direct and additional support.
Gagosian Names a New Director and Curator
Antwaun Sargent, a critic and author, plans to work with artists who are thinking about contemporary issues around identity, desire and representation.
2020 Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner: Dannielle Bowman
New York–based artist Dannielle Bowman has been selected as the winner of Aperture’s 2020 Portfolio Prize, the annual award that aims to “identify trends in contemporary photography and highlight artists whose work deserves greater recognition.”
In case you should forget to sweep before sunset
On the occasion of Zalika Azim’s solo exhibition in April, ‘in case you should forget to sweep before sunset’, Lynne Bias wrote a critical essay that’s now available to read on our website.
In her exhibition “I’m here to entertain you, but only during my shift,” artist Joiri Minaya continues her “Containers” series, which looks at the female subject in relation to tropical landscapes. Curated by Corrine Y. Gordon, the installation is on view at Camera Club of New York’s Baxter St venue through September 30. “I’m here to entertain you, but only during
COVID-19 Artist Resources and Opportunities
We are continuing to put together an extensive list of resources and opportunities specifically for artists in need of assistance during this time. Baxter St at CCNY is committed to staying connected and providing resources for our community during this time. If you know of or would like to share any additional artist resources, please
2020 Workspace Resident Antonio Pulgarin in Spot Magazine.
Con respecto a fragmentos de lx masculinx | Antonio Pulgarin Essay by Edwin Ramoran 2020 Workspace Resident Antonio Pulgarin was featured in Spot Magazine. "In his series Fragments of the Masculine, artist Antonio Pulgarin lays bare the complex relationship to his queer and Colombian / Latinx identities through photographs and collages composed with found objects and
The Moon Belongs to Everyone
Stacey Mehrfar Baxter St at CCNY community member Stacy Mehrfar's new photobook was written about in the British Journal of Photography. 'Stacy Mehrfar’s new photobook captures the emotional effects of migration and the loss of stability, self, and belonging that can be felt during this transitory experience. Through repetition and the sense of movement, Mehrfar creates