Anthony Roth Costanzo has made it his mission to make classical music appealing to broader and younger audiences. It worked.
Spaces for rest, reflection, and community at London’s Serpentine Pavilion.
I don’t believe in ghosts, but if I did, I would wonder whether the many dead owners of the William C. Whitney Ballroom might be tempted to haunt Liz Glynn’s reincarnation of it.
The artist’s 45-foot-tall inflatable sculpture at Rockefeller Center aggrandizes an outmoded model of femininity.
How do you visualize the death of democracy?
An exhibition at the Frick features pieces from its collection of Royal Meissen porcelain curated by artist Arlene Shechet, as well as works she made while in residence at the historic manufactory.
It’s not easy to summarize Roberto Burle Marx and the many facets of his creative output.
I wait around in the Center for Italian Modern Art’s kitchen before the tour of the Giorgio Morandi exhibition begins.