In India, with the rise of Narendra Modi’s right-wing party, it has become fairly routine to encounter lethal lies about minorities, especially Muslims and Dalits.
The Biennale’s system of national pavilions may be an outdated relic, but it does succeed in putting a spotlight on countries that typically receive scant art world attention.
In these paintings, as in so much of Porter’s work, American loneliness coincides with American leisureliness, often uneasily.
The visual images interpreting The Tale of Genji, the world’s first novel, which was written by a woman, are presented as beautiful objects devoid of context.
The honorary landmark in Glencoe, Illinois sold for $555,000. Its new owners asked for a demolition permit two weeks after the purchase.
This week, artist studios in South Carolina, Missouri, Colorado, and New Jersey.
Zabriskie, who passed away on May 7, created and ran two galleries for close to 60 years, one in New York and the other in Paris.
The new program, created in partnership with Airbnb, is designed to attract locals to the museum at times when it’s not crowded with tourists.
This week, in our ongoing series on the best recent documentaries, we also highlight shorts about video games, reflecting the close relationship between YouTube and gaming.
Plus, two Dutch Golden Age paintings will be returned to the family of art collector Jacob Lierens, and works by Basquiat, Rockwell, Warhol, and others are in the news.
Sunil Abraham, a quantitative researcher from Brooklyn, made 87 cutouts from the famous hangings.
In both High Life and Non-Fiction, Binoche is a temptress equally tender and intimidating.