“Disappearing Acts” lets us see with clarity where the artist stands and why he is pertinent to our wrenching moment.
Ms. Lucas, whose career survey is on view at the New Museum, was part of a punk-era correction around class and gender. Now, with disintegrating borders and fluid genders, her art is being tested.
At John Jay College, art-makers remove rape’s ‘heroic’ underpinnings, focusing on its emotional aftermath, rather than graphic violence.
From eight centuries of the art now called Surrealist to startling new takes on assemblage from Port-au-Prince, our critic finds a heady mix of old and modern, sex and politics in these powerhouse gallery shows.
In a commanding new exhibition at London’s Serpentine Galleries, the French artist makes images directly from brain activity — and adds 10,000 flies for good measure.
With more than 200 artists, the São Paulo exhibition is a hemispheric treasure chest about resistance to racism. Its timing is apt.
As more details emerged about the fate of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the museums said they would use their own money for events originally supported by Saudi funds.
Ann Ziff’s eclectic art collection is the product of decades she and her husband spent searching for things they loved to live with.
Stephen Mueller’s “Orchidaceous”; Sara Greenberger Rafferty’s glass works; Mahmoud Khaled’s photo installations; Chelsea Culprit’s mixed-media paintings; and Minus Space’s three-woman show.
Under all that colorful chintz there were some serious dust bunnies, but also a lot of laughs.