A Wall Street hedge fund manager and art collector is suing a mother-son duo who allegedly sold him 24 fake paintings by Leon Golub.
In Gary Simmons’ newest work, he uses the names of silent screen actors of color and renders them in white paint, bleeding down against a black background like stigmata that suddenly appeared by divine intervention on the gallery’s walls.
At the same time that Doris Salcedo’s intervention received unanimous praise from the press, it also drew criticism from local artists and political activists alike.
From the 1880s to 1940s, a community of mostly Arab Americans thrived in a Lower Manhattan neighborhood that would later be the site of the World Trade Center.
Jan Fabre’s Mount Olympus stitches together more than a dozen classical Greek plays and is unlike anything I’ve ever witnessed.
What’s your food of choice?
To enter Douglas Crimp’s exhibition at Galerie Buchholz is to enter a state of overwhelm.
In the play Underground Railroad Game, currently at Ars Nova, there is no clear North and South on the compass of racialized human desire.
Morazan and Lemu join VCUarts Sculpture + Extended Media faculty members Corin Hewitt, Michael Jones McKean, Kendall Buster, Carlton Newton and Matt King.
The artist’s “Nu de Do” makes a blue-chip, cock-rock show at Gagosian Gallery worthwhile.
Although Schwartz has been producing computer art since the ’60s, she’s only now receiving her first solo exhibition in New York.
A new animated biopic offers insight into the career and work of Hokusai through the life of his daughter, a fellow artist in Edo-era Japan.