Taking you back to the early years of Ellis Island through the experience of one immigrant, ELLIS– a short film written by Academy Award® winner Eric Roth starring Academy Award® Winner Robert De Niro and produced by Tribeca Productions co-founder Jane Rosenthal and French artist JR– is now available for free on iTunes.

Set in the abandoned Ellis Island Hospital complex and using JR’s UNFRAMED art installations, ELLIS tells the forgotten story of the immigrants who built America. 

It is the story of the ghosts of our countries past, the individuals who fled poverty, discrimination, and dictatorships, for a chance at a new life and eerily foreshadows the plight of those who currently seek the same opportunities and safety in this country and other parts of the world.

On view through January 3rd, 2016  at the Orlando Museum of Art is the photo exhibition entitled "British Invasion" featuring over 850 candid images of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones by acclaimed photographer Bob Bonis [1932-1992] presented by The Bob Bonis Archive.

Inaugurated today at the University of Pennsylvania's Arthur Ross Gallery is the photo exhibition entitled "Children of Abraham" [On view through March 20th, 2016] by Iranian/French artist Abbas who traveled from Paris to give an Artist Talk on Friday at 5:30PM.

Featuring 66 photographs, Abbas, 71, is showcasing his first exhibition in the U.S. exclusively devoted to the theme of monotheistic religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.

The prestigious Shanghai-based gallery ShanghART will be participating this week at ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair [Booth B06] featuring works by Birdhead, Geng Jianyi, Han Feng, Jiang Pengyi, Liang Shaoji, Liu Weijian, Xu Zhen / MadeIn, Ouyang Chun, Shao Yi, Shi Yong, Wei Guangqing, Wu Yiming, Xue Song, Yu Youhan, Yang Zhenzhong, Zhang Ding, Zhu Jia and Zhao Yang, amongst others.

With a public unveiling scheduled for Friday, November 20th, 2015 entitled  'A Monument of Mines', the NYC-based gallery Sean Kelly has announced that an installation by American artist Joseph Kosuth, will be on view permanently at the Krona Center for Culture and Knowledge, in Kongsberg, Norway.

Kosuth's site-specific installation connects the modern architecture of the new Krona Cultural and Knowledge Center with the city's unique history as the country's capital of silver mining.

On Thursday, November 19th, 2015 from 6:30 to 7:30PM, the MoMA Design and Book Store will be presenting a book signing with Brooklyn-based artist José Parlá, on hand at the store will be, In Medias Res, which concentrates on the body of Parlá's work that stems from his experiences of living and traveling in various countries: his time in Puerto Rico, his childhood in South Florida in the 1980s, extended journeys throughout the southern United States and Central America in the 1990s and most rece

Marlborough Fine Art London announced that a solo exhibition by artist Frank Auerbach will be on view through November 21st, 2015.

The exhibition spans Auerbach's entire career and allows viewers to witness his development over time. 

Auerbach's portraits strive to capture the essence of his subjects and this search for unassailable truth in his work has been well documented.

New Photography, MoMA’s longstanding exhibition series of recent work in photography, returns this fall in an expanded, biannual format. 

On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, New Photography is expanding to 19 artists and artist collectives from 14 countries, and includes works made specifically for this exhibition.

The cutting-edge Vienna-based gallery Krinzinger has announced its first participation [Booth A4] at ART021 SHANGHAI 2015 from November 19-22 at the Shanghai Exhibition Center in China featuring works by Marina Abramović, Günter Brus, Franz Graf, Martha Jungwirth, Waqas Khan, Angelika Krinzinger, Jonathan Meese, Donna Ong, Hans Op de Beeck, Eva Schlegel, Erik Schmidt, Sudarshan Shetty, Frank Thiel, Gavin Turk, Jannis Varelas, Edie Yang, Zhang Ding, Chen Zhen and Thomas Zipp.

From November 14th to December 12th, 2015, the L.A.-based gallery Moran Bondaroff will be showcasing a solo show entitled "Paradise Fire" by Gallery artist David Benjamin Sherry, the third solo exhibition at the gallery. 

Well known for imaging vividly monochromatic landscapes, his latest series of over 20 photographs present a more realist view of the American West, yet he continues to use an 8 x 10 field camera – a solitary process that is as taxing as it is meditative.