From a book about a cat’s ghost to vintage French recipes, there are plenty of unusual — and expensive — finds at this fair.
A century after the emergence of Dada, Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont’s curated section is all about political collage.
The nonprofit Handicap International outfitted the Venus de Milo and other statues with 3D-printed prosthetic limbs to raise awareness of the global need for prosthetics.
With 85 galleries this year, the New York art fair devoted to works on paper explores the large and small, the personal and political.
There’s no dominant trend or theme at the 2018 edition of the New Art Dealers Alliance’s hometown fair, but it features good art aplenty, so who cares?
Drawing inspiration from Christian symbolism and Ghanaian culture, Adjaye’s new cathedral will serve as a venue for both religious and secular gatherings, including state-sponsored celebrations.
Women in the arts across Argentina are protesting as an organized entity, through the group Nosotras Proponemos, demanding gender parity in the art world.
While the Frida Kahlo Corporation sanctioned the doll, the artist’s great-niece isn’t happy with the appearance of the toy.
In the documentary Leaning into the Wind, the celebrated sculptor and environmental artist muses on the impermanence of his art.
These portraits are not displayed in memoriam. They’re full of life.
This week in art news: Iran’s National Museum opened an exhibition of works from the Louvre, activists planted satirical merchandise in the American Museum of Natural History, and the MFA Boston revised its wall labels to address sexual abuse allegations leveled against Egon Schiele.