His best-known work runs for a jaw-dropping nine years, 127 days, and 18 hours, and it was exhibited alongside works by Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, and Clyfford Still at the Museum of Modern Art.
The relationships that emerge in Françoise Grossen’s work feel like they matter.
Bi-coastal balloon artist Jihan Zencirli unveils a new installations for the New York City Ballet
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Earlier this month Elisabeth Murdoch was appointed as a national council member of Arts Council England, an action that has met with widespread protests across social media.
Working in porcelain, Ai Weiwei On Porcelain can feel like a retrospective of his greatest hits done in a material that has been prized for centuries.
Rafael Soriano’s richly colored works possess mysterious geometries that reflect his connection to the divine.
In the 1950s, architect Jeffrey Lindsay led a little-known era of geodesic dome design in Québec, which is explored in the new book Montréal’s Geodesic Dreams.
This week in art news: jewelry belonging to Qatar’s royal family was stolen from an exhibition at the Doge’s Palace in Venice, the Metropolitan Museum announced it will start charging mandatory admission, and the La Salle University Art Museum deaccessioned 46 it plans to sell through Christie’s.