It is perhaps fitting that Marilyn Minter‘s airy studio is housed in a rather unassuming building in the Garment District that could easily pass for your average office complex. At 67, the fashion-focused artist finds herself in the middle of a whirlwind tour for her first retrospective, aptly-named
An unsolved art heist, nearly two decades old, may have a happy ending in sight, reports the BBC. The case is that of Gustav Klimt‘s The Lady, from the collection of the Ricci-Oddi gallery in Piacenza, Italy.
For “Marina 70,” Abramović took over the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright rotunda at the Guggenheim Museum.
Shepherd plays with his fascination for geometry, colour, and the reduction of subjects and surfaces to their essential forms.
The exhibition “Magritte: La trahison des images” offers a completely new approach to the work of the Belgian artist René Magritte.
I do not love fiction, I love history.
A painting is simply a material object but, because of the situation, the discourse, the history—it’s also inevitably something else.
In her solo exhibition Letha Wilson continues to test, push and learn from her chosen materials of photographic prints, metals and concrete. Each element of this exhibition carries the marks of her established studio practice where the dense and the fugitive , the substrates are upended
A3 is pleased to present the 4th edition of BERLIN MASTERS for BERLIN ART WEEK. Originally initiated in 2013 by Matthias Arndt and the curators Lisa Polten and Lydia Korndörfer, the project aimed to provide a platform and talent show for Berlin's young artists.
Galeria Nara Roesler | New York is pleased to announce the opening of Human Ecology featuring works in various mediums by Isaac Julien, Lucia Koch, and Eduardo Navarro opening on Wednesday, July 13th and running through Saturday, September 10th, 2016.Isaac Julien’s single channel work...
Bruscky’s third show at Galeria Nara Roesler and his first at its Rio de Janeiro space, rec/rio will focus on three nuclei: works proposed to the city of Rio but never realized, works created while in Rio, and works produced specifically for the Galeria Nara Roesler | Rio de Janeiro exhibition.
Galeria Nara Roesler | São Paulo is pleased to be presenting Barracão, a solo show of seminal Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980), his second at the gallery.
Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paulo is pleased to announce Handmade, the new exhibit by Vik Muniz, curated by Luisa Duarte. This third show at the Gallery sees the artist revisit past avenues and procedures with renewed strength in an acute, concise inquiry into the thin line between reality and ...
LACMA says “Happy 500th birthday, Protestant Reformation!” with this big show, co-organized with three German museums.
A pioneer of kinetic art, the Argentina-born, France-based Julio Le Parc (b. 1928) gets his due at PAMM.
Impelled by the energy unleashed by its revolution, Mexico’s art scene cast a massive shadow over the first half of the 20th century.
Let’s face it, the real fall blockbuster at the DMA is going to be “Star Wars and the Power of Costume,” which opens on November 13. But if you must settle for more terrestrial fare, this ain’t half bad.
allerists don’t get much more legendary than Virginia Dwan, and the NGA is offering more that 100 works associated with her namesake gallery’s golden decade, drawn from her personal collection.
Long in the making, the new David Adjaye-designed museum opens with a three-day festival dubbed “Freedom Sounds: A Community Celebration.
Stark (b. 1967) has found her moment, and the MFA is billing this as the most comprehensive survey to date for the LA artist.
Organized with the input of Aitken (b. 1968) himself as “an entropic landscape suspended between city, broadcasting machine, and labyrinth”—yikes!—this LA MOCA show’s ambition mirrors the wild ambition of his works...