Nick Kahn and Richard Selesnick's latest series of magical realist photographs playfully blurs boudaries of genres, time, and history.
Roy Gumpel’s West Village, NYC, a photograph from his show at Ruby Gallery.
Bringing Home the Beacon
Meredith Heuer’s Beacon Portrait Project is at Fovea through January 5.
Five artists featured at No Wave Heroes: Xmas 13 through January 12.
Garbage at the Opera
Zohar Lazar's paintings and drawings will be on display at the Hudson Opera House through December 7.
David Clark Perry reflecting on the history of Chronogram's signature cover.
Vassar College's Palmer Gallery displays 19th-century medical artifacts as documented in Andrea Baldeck's photography book Bones, Books and Bell Jars: Photographs of the Mütter Museum Collection.
"Artemis Emerging from the Quarry"
Street artist Gaia, who just completed a six-story mural for the O+ Festival, talks with Chronogram about public art and his process.
Beacon of Hope
The Town Crier Cafe in Beacon now holds Michael D'Antuono's oil painting of Pete Seeger.
Lahav's paintings employ feature well-known images of the famous in new contexts.
An illustration by John F. Gould (1906-1996), painter, illustrator, and longtime resident of Cornwall.
Becky Todd's Cosmic Chrono Cat is featured on this month's cover.
Rebecca Zilinski's recent drawings chart the intersection of data and its artistic interpretation.
Western Fantasies/Tibetan Myths
A Tibetan art exhibit is on view at the Dorsky Museum through December 15.
Leonard Freed's photograph of a boa constrictor wrapped around a baby stroller.
Photographers document the effect of natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania.