Also, Ai Weiwei’s contribution to the film Berlin, I Love You was pulled, an ivory trader has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, and more.
Miró’s studio, named the Taller Sert, was his refuge, and a place where the artist created some of his most important work.
Responding to a New York Times story about her fashion brand, Joss Sackler accused the publication of “patriarchal efforts” aiming “to undermine women’s empowerment.”
The Queens Museum’s biennial exhibition offers an assortment of work that considers the politics of art-making in the borough today
Ivory Queen is sentenced to 15 years in prison for smuggling $5.6 million-worth of ivory from Tanzania to China.
A series of films installed on the High Line make the camera an intimate actor in experimental dance.
Newly restored and screening tonight, I Am Cuba raises questions about the ways film negotiates authenticity.
Plus, the Saint Louise Art Museums acquires a Kehinde Wiley painting, and the V&A acquires Ivan Kyncl’s theatre photography archive.
Curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2-curatorsquared, Design by Time is on view February 22 to April 13, 2019.
Tamiko Thiel’s “Unexpected Growth” is an augmented reality installation on the future of oceans and climate change.
A gem of a museum in Ohio known for European masterpieces, gains contemporary relevance.
A concise show of photographs printed for impact, at an enlarged scale and in color, magnifies questions about race in the United States.