In the wake of an election, pandemic, protest movement, extreme climate and rising debt ceilings, MoMA PS1 comes back with a cautious display of art.
Women who went to prison for killing their abusive partners are starting over at Home Free, an apartment complex created by design volunteers in San Francisco.
In a huge show across five museums in Florence, Italy, the artist’s fleshy paintings and drawings hang next to idealized female forms created by Botticelli, Michelangelo and others.
Some 60 celebrated landscapes are part of a rehang at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Don’t pass them by: They are demanding to the eye and mind alike.
The San Francisco artists blazed trails in the ’60s and ’70s that converge at Paula Cooper.
Many organizations are now trying to reach wider and younger audiences, and to tackle topics beyond the Holocaust.
Maria Rosario Jackson, a veteran arts administrator with a background in urban planning, is recognized as an expert in using culture to spur economic development.
Jean-Michel Othoniel’s sparkling sculptures have earned him one of France’s most prestigious awards and a huge new Paris exhibition.
Sara Cwynar’s immersive video; Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s musical installation; Joey Terrill’s multipanel works; and Stacy Lynn Waddell’s gold-leaf paintings.
Luxury home aquariums now can rival installations at public aquariums in size and scale, and they come with hefty price tags.