A city commission has new guidelines for developers, designers, and community members.
Although a new app Raheem.Ai, stems from an incident of brutality, it’s for the sharing of all police interactions, good and bad, to support solutions to end police violence.
A new study from the Vera Institute of Justice says that we should look closely at the populations, and relationship, of local jails and state prisons.
Bodys Isek Kingelez built stunning, colorful models to help people see the magnificent places in his mind.
You could get up to $10,000, as long as your full-time job is based in another state.
In One Track Mind: Drawing the New York Subway, Philip Ashforth Coppola chronicles the mosaics, ceilings, staircases, and plaques of New York City’s subway stations.
Most of the top cities are the usual suspects, but there’s something odd happening in Silicon Valley.
A new program sponsored by the London Underground will feature female artists in public transit spaces.
An exhibit on selected projects across Europe offers a few ideas for a U.S. audience.
New York City crafted a plan to help artists stay in the pricey Theater District as its property values surge. But one group’s saga shows that getting a rule on the books is just the first step.
Award-winning lawyer Mary Joyce Carlson joined forces with global labor movements to pressure multinational companies for fair working conditions.
A roving installation by artist Azikiwe Mohammed stops at the Contemporary African Art Fair in Brooklyn to offer a “safe space” for black bodies.
A new poll suggests that most people in the United States think we need to turn away from building prisons, and toward community development.
The country’s postwar housing complexes were intended to represent a bold new era. Cody Ellingham’s eerie photographs emphasize their fading might.
A new study suggests that being on a higher floor in a building increases a person’s willingness to take financial risks.
A new show uses photographs of concrete buildings in their final days to argue for their preservation.
The artist’s new show at the Queens Museum manages to put a spotlight on community chaos and create seductive objects out of it.
The Democratic mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts, opposes a local church’s decision to shelter an undocumented immigrant.
After a bill passed by the Florida legislature is signed into law, the Sunshine State will gather more criminal-justice data and release it to the public.
Sixteen photographers capture their answer through stark landscapes, half-lit buildings, and colorful portraits.
Inspired by a 1973 arts program, a new triennial aims to make the city “a living museum of contemporary abstraction” and start a few conversations along the way.