“Our culture is far richer with the inclusion of other life forms,” says Catherine Chalmers, an artist who collaborates with a collective of wild ants to create tiny, Abstract Expressionist “Antworks.”
The town of Pomfret is restricting access to a popular photo spot after complaints of excessive traffic, trespassing, and noise.
The 250-pound bronze sculpture was taken from Barakat Gallery’s outdoor space in West Hollywood.
“Susanna and the Elders” (c. 1638–39) had been misattributed and stowed away in rough condition at the Hampton Court Palace in Surrey.
The moderate columnist complained about a $78 burger meal but failed to account for several alcoholic drinks he consumed.
Seven Egon Schiele works that belonged to Austrian-Jewish cabaret performer Fritz Grünbaum were handed back to his heirs.
I gave myself an imagined budget and set out to find everything from dorm-room art to a housewarming gift for that friend who loves crystals.
In a new show in New York City, Ashoona’s memory-based compositions infuse truth coupled with whimsy surrounding life in the Arctic.
Artists Alex Mari and Nick Thornburg have been selected for the Franklin Furnace Archive’s inaugural XENO Prize.
“A Walk in the Woods” (1983) was the first of 1,000 artworks created during the artist’s The Joy of Painting television show that ran on PBS for 11 years.
The plumpness that stands out in Botero’s work represented not a commentary on fatness but rather the artist’s appreciation for curvature and form.
The New York institution is the latest to increase its admission fee, joining the Whitney, the Guggenheim, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.