An Exhibition Celebrating the Island That Nearly Thwarted It
June 23, 2017

Wild Noise was highlighted with an image of Kcho’s Siempre Fue Verde in the New York Times, pulling an excerpt from Holland’s review and noting the July 3 closing date.

Educating Through Visual Poetry
May 11, 2017

The interview covers Antonio Sergio Bessa's impressive collection, his scholarship on concrete poetry, and notes the Museum’s fall Gordon Matta-Clark exhibition. The piece also provides insights into how the Bronx Museum's recent acquisitions and exhibitions tell the story of the community, underscoring the Museum’s mission.

Bronx Museum announces Gordon Matta-Clark exhibition
May 1, 2017

The Bronx Museum of the Arts annoucnes the Gordon Matta Clarke exhibition. 

NYC-Arts Thirteen/WNET
April 28, 2017

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is pleased to announce the first of the Wild Noise television programs is now available online. The video includes an introduction to the central themes of Wild Noise and an interview with Holly discussing works in exhibition. 

What to Do in the Bronx, According to Locals
April 25, 2017

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is described as a “world-class attraction,” by contributor and editor Billie Cohen in her article, What to Do in the Bronx, According to Locals.

For Hauben at 60, art is still an exciting challenge
April 21, 2017

Arts editor Tiffany Moustakas profiles artist Daniel Hauben and his recent projects, including his exhibition Reflecting on the Familiar at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

‘Love Thy Neighbor’ exhibition tackles cohabitating cultures, safe spaces
April 21, 2017

Following her interview with Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Arts editor Tiffany Moustakas reviewed Love Thy Neighbor in the Riverdale Press April issue. The article focuses on how each artist in the exhibition takes inspiration from identity politics and immigration.


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