The monumental work, inspired by the frescoes of Giotto and informed by testimonies from survivors of the fire, will be on display for 10 years.
Throughout history, conservatives have consistently targeted artists creating works outside of their agenda.
The Swiss artist Nicolas Party is both the subject and curator of Pastel, an extraordinary exhibition examining the under-appreciated, fugitive medium and its history.
The painting, which sparked a political scandal at the Brooklyn Museum in 1999, was donated to MoMA by hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen.
The show evokes a prelapsarian aesthetic world from which viewers — following the story of the expulsion from the Garden of Eden — are barred.
In a perfect world, who would be the artist that captures the likeness of Obama for his official portrait?
In the midst of Armory Arts Week, the (Un)Scene Art Show and Clio Art Fair both bill themselves as “outsider” art fairs that emphasize passion and personality rather than fashion.
A more descriptive subtitle for Chris Ofili: Day and Night, the New Museum’s dazzling survey of Chris Offili’s paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, would be “Day and Night and Day.”