Last week, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) acquired “Bird” (1990), a striking sculpture by David Hammons.
Jonathan Lyndon Chase is all about the funk.
The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on the west side of Manhattan was once among New York City’s top three bird-killing buildings.
By now, we all know the grim health risks posed by air pollution, but as a reminder, they include lung damage, diabetes, skin problems, mental health problems, and heart disease.
DETROIT — It is sometimes difficult to realize that a lot of what might be construed as who you are is actually a reflection of where you are.
Gateway exists in a starkly commercial concourse that connects several corporations, including the New Jersey television network and Prudential Insurance — connecting all of them to Newark’s Penn Station.
PHILADELPHIA — It should come as no surprise that there are many ways one can experience art.
Some might find the translation of Vincent van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear” into a smiling cartoon head spurting blood a little sacrilege, or just tacky, but it was only a matter of time before the emoji-fication of art history took it there.
LOS ANGELES — The latest development in the debate over art and gentrification in Boyle Heights took place earlier this month, when a public forum was held at the Pico Gardens complex, part of the largest public housing bloc west of the Mississippi.
Taipei Fine Arts Museum has announced Tehching Hsieh as the sole artist, representing Taiwan with an exhibition to be curated by Adrian Heathfield at the 57th International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale 2017.
ST. LOUIS — Several months ago, I made the commitment to be away from New York City, my home and native land, for the duration of this summer.
Vermeer died twice. The first time was in 1675, after the Dutch art market collapsed.