The case of Curt Glaser, an art historian who sold his collection before fleeing Germany, illustrates how differently museums can respond to similar restitution claims.
The Portuguese-born artist Paula Rego has made Britain her home, on and off, since the 1950s. A major retrospective explores her work, from fantastical scenes to gritty realism.
Eugenio López Alonso divides his time between Los Angeles and Mexico, filling both homes with paintings and sculpture.
A mighty wall of books impresses in the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library, a transformed branch that bursts with new services and technology.
History meets flamboyant fantasy in the work of Firelei Báez, whose installation on the waterfront reasserts the importance of the Caribbean in world history.
New commissions focus on local histories and demonstrating technological innovation.
Plans for America’s 250th birthday in 2026 are getting underway. But can the spirit of 1776 survive the history wars of 2021?
The installation in the heart of Madison Square Park is the artist’s memorial to another war — the one against nature.
These spaces nudge you toward unexpected art surprises and offer vistas of healing and history.
As scientists find more tattoos on preserved remains from Indigenous cultures, artists living today are drawing from them to revive cultural traditions.