PARIS — On September 7, 1911, French police arrested poet Guillame Apollinaire for stealing the Mona Lisa.
SAN FRANCISCO — Just around the corner from the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) — a veritable temple to wealth amassed in the form of contemporary artworks — the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts has mounted a very different kind of installation, one which monumentalizes activism.
If you’ve visited a museum in the last few days and spotted larger-than-average groups of people wandering around and looking a tad lost, their eyes glued to their phones, you were likely witnessing the phenomenon of Pokémon Go.
CHICAGO — When he studied art history in the 1970s in Los Angeles, Kerry James Marshall was struck by the absence of black artists in the “canon.”
You may think you want to go to the Rockaways this weekend, but you’ll only end up sunburned.
With the 200th anniversary this week of the July 11, 1816 purchase through an Act of Parliament of the Parthenon Marbles for the British Museum, members of parliament are introducing a bill that would repatriate the ancient artifacts.
The beginnings of a wall with Trump’s name on it have emerged along the US-Mexico border, but it is not likely what the presumptive Republican nominee has in mind.
Would you like to have a Vermeer or a Caravaggio in your living room above the sofa? Maybe a van Gogh or a Degas painting would be a better match for your drapery and credenza?
For decades, the Park Avenue Armory was home largely to order and restraint, serving as the headquarters of the 7th Regiment of the New York Militia. It is now bursting with mayhem.
Working in painting, drawing, assemblage, film, photography, photograms, performance, collage, and printmaking, Bruce Conner (1933–2008) made more discrete bodies of work across more mediums than any other postwar artist.
The formal inventiveness of this new volume by Anselm Berrigan is satisfying and maddening.
Everyone knows Craigslist is rife with the weird and the wild, but since 2013, Brooklyn-based artist Eric Oglander has been combing the online marketplace for one quotidian object: the mirror.