Marwencol, a documentary about Hogancamp directed by Jeff Malmberg, will be shown at Upstate Films in Woodstock on March 18.
"Visceral Notions" will feature work by Gabriel Garcia Roman through March 26 at the Center for Photography at Woodstock.
The Andres Serrano retrospective at The School, the spectacular exhibition space established by Chelsea gallery owner Jack Shainman in Kinderhook, is a rare event.
Kingston-based multimedia artist Matthew Pleva seeks inspiration from everything around him.
Monoprints by Tatana Kellner will be exhibited as part of the show "The World After January 20, 2017: Works by Contemporary Artists and Poets" at Vassar's Palmer Gallery.
Owner, Paul Solis-Cohen, speaks to over three decades of success for Catskill Art & Office Supply.
Lisa Durfee’s documentation of unnoticed parts of shabby chic Hudson currently being shown at the Hudson Opera House.
A positive effect on the community can come from artists having a space with the opportunity to inspire and collaborate with one another; Rupco's Lace Mill is one of those spaces.
"Between I &Thou", an art show with pieces from artists all over the world, runs from February 4 to December 17 at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill.
A Japanese woodblock print by Kawase Hasui, which will be exhibited at the Clark Art Institute through April 2
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus returns with its Cabin Fever Cabaret series at Helsinki Hudson on January 13.
Nora Scarlett releases a new book of photographs Trunks of the Gunks.
Kingston-based artist and furniture craftsman Christopher Kurtz's Untitled (Fallen Star).
"Nomina Magica" will be at the Seligmann Center in Sugar Loaf through January 9.
Marisa Scheinfeld grew up in the western Catskills, and like many other Jewish families, hers vacationed there.
Tim Davis's photograph Hobo Supermen .