The directors, who are part of an art collective, wind up stretching architecture’s net in so many directions that it begins to fray.
The philanthropy will add to its ongoing initiative to tell diverse stories with new monuments in public spaces over the next five years.
After a five-year renovation, some of the museum’s grandest galleries have reopened. Our critic frames six artworks you cannot miss.
The Gullah Geechee fight to preserve the tiny structures, a cradle of the Black church, before they’re erased by sprawl, climate change and fading memories.
Two powerhouse female painters, both brand names, are on view in New York galleries. Compare and contrast.
The Frick, with these not-to-miss treasures by Bellini and Giorgione, manages to get at the origins of our art-watching obsession.
An exhibition at Berlin’s Jewish Museum explores the Jewish experience in the authoritarian, and officially atheist, communist state throughout the Cold War era.
An 800-year-old ink painting, regarded as the “Zen Mona Lisa,” has made a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the United States.
Want to see new art in New York this weekend? Check out Keltie Ferris’s body prints in Chelsea; “Wild Style” memorabilia in SoHo; Joseph J. Greer’s steel sculptures in Chinatown; and Qualeasha Wood’s Jacquard tapestries on the Lower East Side.
A New Hampshire couple was quite happy when a rare N.C. Wyeth work they stumbled upon sold for so much at auction. But when the buyer reneged, the sale and their vacation dreams were undone.