Mon, Oct 31, 2016, 1:44am
Two decades ago, esteemed photographer and Columbia celebrity-professor, Thomas Roma, met with W.W. Norton editor, James L.
Thu, Oct 27, 2016, 1:16am
A few steps from the Clinton-Washington Aves C train stop in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn (a.k.a. Pratt Territory) is an empty brick storefront, unassuming—and almost creepy.
Wed, Oct 19, 2016, 11:57pm
Graffiti stamps mark the the concrete courtyard ground of the Westbeth Center for the Arts on Bank Street in the West Village, each reading in bold capital letters, “ONE.” The trail concludes at a discrete, garage-like door in a dark corner of the cement quad, where only a small publicity poste
Mon, Sep 19, 2016, 10:12pm
New York City is artistic inspiration for Columbia College sophomore Myles Zhang, who around almost every corner comes across a new city scene to sketch, capture, and display in his drawings.
Wed, Apr 20, 2016, 2:39am
As gentrification causes rents to soar in gallery-saturated Chelsea, many gallerists are considering Harlem as the next target destination. Jonah Goldman Kay uncovers what this means for the Harlem art scene and the Columbia community.
Wed, Apr 6, 2016, 12:24am
Visiting the Met Breuer’s first exhibit: “Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible” and sharing her thoughts on the debut.
Thu, Dec 10, 2015, 6:43am
The work of postwar Italian artist Enrico Baj makes a New York debut at Luxembourg & Dayan, complete with grotesque collages of everything from lords and ladies to home furniture.
From the 'NYFA to the NYC Youth Poet Laureate Program, four students are making an impact in the arts
Thu, Dec 10, 2015, 6:40am
From Broadway legends Rodgers and Hammerstein to poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, Columbia has seen and fostered its fair share of masters of the arts. In this Weekend issue, Spectator spotlights four student artists of different disciplines who are beginning to make a name for...
Sat, Dec 5, 2015, 3:21pm
Unorthodox, the newest exhibition at the Jewish Museum, brings new artists to challenge any orthodoxy, including those within the art world, and reflects on what it means to break norms.
Thu, Dec 3, 2015, 3:55am
The Meatpacking District’s Fort Gansevoort displays New York Police Department forensic artist Jason Harvey’s sketch portraits of fictionalized criminals in the new exhibit “Fantasy Composites.”