I asked respected art figures like Lowery Stokes Sims, Deborah Willis, and Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi to share a beloved artist with me.
Plus, the MoMA has acquired a Tarsila do Amaral painting, and Julie Mehretu sells at auction.
While the Whitney Museum retrospective celebrates his long career, two smaller New York shows cull from Warhol Factory closets important ephemera that illuminate his body of work and his relationship to art making.
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Over a period of 70 years, Donald Miller unearthed cultural artifacts from North America, South America, Asia, the Caribbean, and Indo-Pacific regions. Now, the FBI hopes to return the objects to their rightful origins.
Authorities intercepted the package on its way to Belgium after X-rays revealed dismembered body parts inside the equipment.
People Kissing: A Century of Photographs begins in the Victorian era and traces attitudes about kissing from “chaste” to “performance for the camera.”
Zak Bagans’s Haunted Museum serves up one offensive gimmick after another.
An exhibition at P21 gallery highlights the human consequences of the exploitation of Iraq’s oil reserves, among them, environmental crises, state corruption, and youth unemployment.
For New York City Center’s 75th Anniversary Season, Otero-Pailos has created Répétiteur, an immersive, site-specific installation. The exhibition is free and on view March 2 – 10 and April 29 – May 5.
Alfredo Cardona Peña’s conversations with the loquacious 63-year-old artist are available for the first time in English.
Serwan Baran will represent Iraq at the Venice Biennale, Naima J. Keith will take on a new role at LACMA, and more.