After indefinitely postponing a modest student exhibit about the Russian equivalent to the Bauhaus, the school received protests from 750 academics. On Monday, it reinstated the show.
Malgorzata Mirga-Tas’s vibrant textile works offer a rare opportunity to see the Roma on their own terms, both as a contemporary community and as a people with a rich heritage.
The daughter of an eccentric Swiss collector has asked an independent panel to review whether items in his massive collection were stolen from Jews during World War II.
Several members of the board of the AICA-USA have resigned amid concerns that new initiatives to support art critics are not forthcoming.
During that time, the museum has welcomed more than 1.5 million visitors to live performances by a diverse group of artists.
Jean-Luc Martinez, who led the museum from 2013 to 2021, is fighting charges of complicity in fraud and money laundering, part of an inquiry into the illegal sale of Egyptian artifacts.
A blockbuster exhibition brings together more paintings by the Dutch master than ever before. Yet he remains a mystery, despite efforts by authors, filmmakers and researchers to fill the empty space.
An ultra-polished survey of the artist’s works at David Zwirner — some not seen before — demonstrate how preservation and change can coexist.
“Richard Avedon: Murals” fills just one gallery of the Met, but “fills” is an understatement. These in-your-face, wall-engulfing portraits are a milestone in image-making.
In his first show at Gagosian, opening Thursday, the painter Cy Gavin explores the land that has both empowered and inspired him.
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