There is a beautifully complex language of materials to savor in MoMA’s Donald Judd exhibition, the artist’s first U.S. survey in over 30 years.
Hunter Biden, his name forever linked to President Trump’s impeachment, says painting “is literally keeping me sane” after years of addiction and poor choices.
“It’s ‘our’ book,” says the illustrator, who entered the universe of Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein in the reissued “Autobiography.”
The philanthropist Judy Francis Zankel said she was cutting the museum out of her will after Caroline Baumann was forced out for violating conflict of interest rules.
This year’s ADAA fair has an impressive roundup of work by lesser-known artists and female trailblazers.
Rebekah Mercer, whose family foundation was a major Trump donor, stepped down from the museum when her term expired in December.
Reflections on the maxi-influence of the Minimalist Donald Judd — master of Marfa, maker of furniture and stacker of units. He continues to inspire “a generation yearning for more physicality.”
One of New York’s busiest art fair seasons kicks off this week with the Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory. Nine sprawling exhibitions will follow next week. Here’s our critic’s guide.
Most “once in a lifetime” exhibitions are anything but. This celestial blockbuster, with more than half the Renaissance superman’s surviving autograph works, is the real thing.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.