Carrie Mae Weems, Theaster Gates, Lynn Nottage and other artists, poets and writers devote a day to exploring power in its various forms at the Park Avenue Armory.
A radiant Guggenheim exhibition grounds the proto-Minimalist abstract paintings of Josef Albers in the geometric grandeur of Mesoamerican monuments.
Christie’s had planned to sell the map this week, for possibly $1.2 million, but withdrew it from an auction when questions arose about its authenticity.
Joris Laarman marries design to transformative technology borrowed from biological research. Now, this smart software can manufacture unique pieces.
From his Robert Mapplethorpe photos to a work celebrating the heritage of immigrants, the collection of Ariel Foxman reflects his commitment to social issues.
On display are Nicola L.’s anthropomorphic sculpture, Kelly Akashi’s restrained-psychedelic art and Travess Smalley’s mesmerizing drawings.
More than a dozen artists will contribute work to a special exhibition at the Storm King Art Center next year.
Art critics of The New York Times share their picks for the best shows and experiences of the year, from daring performances to sculptures cast in chocolate.
Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.
For the Amsterdam museum, which he visited often as a teenager, the architect oversaw the mounting of 700 artworks by the likes of Jeff Koons and Kazimir Malevich.