Focused on Whitten’s legacy-defining cumulative process, I AM THE OBJECT assembles a mesmerizing selection of works, each its own tiny universe.
On what would have been his 134th birthday, we revisit the architect’s revolutionary design for New York’s Seagram Building, which uplifted the body as well as the spirit.
With Justice for All — Shonibare’s contribution to Singapore Art Week — the artist represents the multiplicity of voices of a contemporary globalized society.
The syllabus for American Artist’s imagined police academy includes such titles as The War on Cops and 365 Daily Devotions for Law Enforcement.
An impressive synthesis of influences, along with an obdurate resistance to being told what she can or cannot do, forms the bedrock of Ringgold’s art.
Clynton Lowry on acknowledging the invisible people of the art world: art handlers and preparators.
This exhibition at the Bronx Museum highlights the reciprocal relationship between historical texts and the art they have inspired. This is a conversation that should never end.
Is Gober taking stock and summing up his life at his latest exhibition at Matthew Marks? If so, he sure is breaking new ground while at it.
For Wilmarth, light and life were inextricably linked — a connection that shone in his art of steel, glass, and paper.