Fossils are a multimillion-dollar business, bringing legal disputes, nondisclosure agreements and trademarks to the world of paleontology.
The artist’s fantastical soundsuits come to the Guggenheim in a retrospective that is haunting but sedate without his performing rumble and clatter.
A survey of work by the celebrated photographer Kwame Brathwaite shows the early promise of a movement that profoundly affected American culture yet still remains unfulfilled.
The artist’s New Yorkiest survey yet is filled with revelations, showing how he created his own private mini-city, starting at his rooftop.
An exhibition in Spain is the first comprehensive survey of Ukrainian modernist art abroad. It was a long road from Kyiv to Madrid.
The architectural historian Andrew Dolkart leads a walk past landmarks like the Stonewall Inn, Julius’ bar and the home of Lorraine Hansberry.
The sale of a specimen named Shen fell apart after a fossil company questioned how much of it was a replica of Stan, a T. rex auctioned off two years ago for a record price.
On his vast estate in southern France and in two new U.S. exhibitions, the German-born artist conjures a world that hovers in the penumbra between life and death.
Want to see new art in New York this weekend? Start in Chelsea with Sonia Gomes’s fabric-heavy solo show and Ursula von Rydingsvard’s wood sculptures. Then head to TriBeCa for landscape painting and June Leaf’s memorable new show.
A major site-specific exhibition from the Jamaican visual artist Ebony G. Patterson is set to open in May.