The aggressive kineticism of Futurism in Chase-Riboud’s sculpture is tempered by a keen appreciation of the erotic and lyrical.
The Extraordinary Life of Barbara Chase-Riboud
The pathbreaking artist recounts milestones in her life through letters she wrote to her mother.
Hank Willis Thomas and Yinka Shonibare Among Artists Proposing Major MLK Jr. Monument on Boston Common
Barbara Chase-Riboud, David Adjaye, Hank Willis Thomas, Yinka Shonibare, and Wodiczko are among the finalists of the monumental project.
An Exhibition that Frustrates Our Grasp of Abstraction
Though Out of Easy Reach has a unifying theme, it presents a variety of tastes and approaches in a way that feels like ungainly curation which ultimately does not clarify how these women artists now steer the conversation about abstraction.
The Enduring Power of Barbara Chase-Riboud’s Malcom X Sculptures
In a new book about the 48-year-long series, the artist offers insights into her process and her remarkable life.
Strong Solo Booths, Leo Lookalikes, and Plenty of Trends at Frieze New York
From an increasingly diversified roster of galleries to a surprising slew of rock art, the mega-fair is impressively eclectic this year.
From Míro’s Studio to Ledger Art, Standouts of the Armory Show’s Modern Section
The Armory Show is thought of first and foremost as a venue for buying contemporary art, but on the fair’s southern pier dealers quietly move Modern masterpieces worth millions.