Activists say a proposed project is too abstract for a time when Black New Yorkers are eager to see figures that look like them among the city’s statues.
The Australian painter Gordon Hookey and the Los Angeles artist Gary Simmons found they had many things in common. Sports is just one of them.
Two shows introduce a forgotten innovator who fused modernism, folk art and documentary to portray his beloved New York scene.
The striking, inside-out museum and cultural center in the heart of Paris will close for construction in 2023, France’s culture minister said Monday.
The artist’s industrious paintings and drawings, made across four decades, are now on view at Luhring Augustine.
Pandemic-weary visitors are finding uplift in the new station, with its soaring expanses of glass and light. “Perfect quarantine activity,” one says.
Dealers were looking to the event as a bellwether for a return to normality in the art world.
A new venture suggests it will help art institutions find works of art that collectors have decided they want to give away as gifts.
“I Am The Object” proves that, whether through sculpture or painting, the artist’s primary concern was capturing the essence of Black life and communal memory.
The leader of the board at the 150-year-old San Francisco Art Institute said she is confident the college has a plan to address its financial problems, but critics have suggested otherwise.