This week, the new Zaha Hadid Architects-designed hotel opened in Macau, Elizabeth Alexander on Lorna Simpson, art collector and art publisher Peter Brant sounds, um, problematic, “Terrorientalist Landscapes,” Paul Gauguin’s midlife crisis, and more.
Greenwald combines a Wordsworthian sense of nature with cartoon-like characters.
Nicola Ginzel’s choice of found materials speaks to a society in which disposability is a commonplace, deeply ingrained mechanism.
Thiebaud, just a few months shy of his 98th birthday, offers a glimpse into the thinking behind his five decades of work.
Please pass the Nobel Peace Prize.
The artists in Décor urge viewers to question the creator’s role in the management and presentation of art.
The works of Leandro Katz constitute an arduous investigation into the events surrounding Che Guevara’s capture and execution.
Schiele’s hometown is commemorating the centennial of his untimely death.
An exhibition divided into eight chapters, Chlöe Bass offers us the residue of social exchange for the audience to examine.
All of the 32 artists in this show engage with strategies of resistance, but it is the audio-visual art that commands attention.
Feast your eyes on the true face of America.
Self-labeled “queer street artists” are increasingly talking back against homophobia and claiming a share of ownership in public space through subversive and explicitly queer imagery.