Amid all the works by familiar white male modernists on view at the plush and posh fair, there are many superb pieces by women and artists from Latin America.
The inaugural biennial questions how we define the city margins by presenting the work of artists who call the eastern edge of New York City’s largest borough home.
The strength of the Armory Show — now in its 24th year — is that, just like a mall, I know exactly what to expect when I go there.
Jack Shainman’s summer show, spread across galleries in Chelsea and Kinderhook, NY, effectively encourages existential reckoning.
Last night outside Trump Tower, Jeffrey Beebe’s inflatable sculpture Trumpy the Rat made its debut and thousands of New Yorkers gathered to protest the president during his first visit home since taking office.
In her show at Albertz Benda, Sydney-based artist Del Kathryn Barton presents her unflinching nude figures with stoic faces and brazenly bared breasts.
On June 28, Magazzino, a private museum dedicated to showcasing postwar to contemporary Italian art, opened to the public in Cold Spring, New York.
WASHINGTON, DC – Americans have always appreciated a little rebelliousness.
WASHINGTON, DC — For the past several weeks, Transformer Gallery has played host to a dissonant symphony.
WASHINGTON, DC — In February, the National Portrait Gallery unveiled with presidential pomp a portrait of Kevin Spacey as Frank J. Underwood, dark prince of politics in the popular Netflix series House of Cards.
WASHINGTON, DC — ’Tis the season to celebrate, and the Washington Project for the Arts has much to toast.
Last week, Playboy announced it will forgo naked ladies on its pages come March 2016.