Woven into his new work at Petzel Gallery are lessons drawn from his own journey to art stardom, and from a year of Black grief.
“We Do Not Dream Alone,” the first Asia Society Triennial of contemporary art, is in search of a reason for being.
After three decades, Joseph C. Thompson feels ready to let go (sort of).
Elizabeth Turk imagined illuminated umbrellas spreading hope during the pandemic. A retirement community said yes, and became her canvas.
A 65-foot-tall stage curtain that the artist created for the Metropolitan Opera in the 1960s will go up for auction Tuesday at Bonhams.
On Saturday, the museum opens with changes to 20 of its 60 permanent collection galleries. A critic’s guide to the standouts on each floor.
The Indigenous American artist and filmmaker is the subject of two concurrent shows. His work “rivals in visual and linguistic beauty any new art I’ve seen in some time,” our critic says.
A new building at the Museum of Fine Arts showcases works by Latin American and Latino artists, many of whom are rarely shown in the United States.
Jonathan Lyndon Chase’s cowboy paintings; objects with personality; Catalina Ouyang’s sculptural grotesques; Jordan Nassar’s new textile works.
The move comes as museum workers across the country increasingly look to collective bargaining as a way to reform their institutions.