Their artistic paths crossed like ships in the night. But in “Day’s End,” Hammons creates an immortalizing homage to Gordon Matta-Clark and art history.
The museum has a new logo and mantra as its director, Kaywin Feldman, moves to diversify the collection and the staff.
As live auctions resumed at Sotheby’s on Wednesday night, bidders there and at Christie’s the previous night welcomed a shift toward diversity in the contemporary art market.
They claim that the painting, “The Anse des Pilotes, Le Havre,” was taken from their ancestors by the Nazis, and have filed a lawsuit in Atlanta to recover it.
Two new exhibitions at Mass MoCA created over the past year offer insights into our new normal.
Its cultural institutions, buffeted by the pandemic, will have to recover without the help of Eli Broad, the transformational benefactor who died last month.
“Shattered Glass” at Deitch Gallery in Los Angeles has visitors returning, and artists bonding.
Preservationists fear that the Ayer Mansion, a “national treasure” with landmark status, which has been painstakingly preserved, may be cut off from public access.
Hassan Hajjaj’s “My Rockstars”; Hanne Darboven’s matrix of digits; Patty Chang’s list of fears; and Rachel Rossin’s painting-projection blends.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.