The Argentinian modernist tried obsessively to bring order to chaos, even in the midst of unrelenting flux.
The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires has reorganized its permanent collection, assigning a new context for 20th-century Latin American art and its movements.
HOUSTON — Twentieth-century kinetic and light art has long been the redheaded stepchild of the art world.
PARIS — My long encounter with Philippe Parreno’s vast but fey exposition Anywhere, Anywhere, Out Of The World was anything but otherworldly.
PARIS — Organizing 236,000 square feet of exhibition space around one theme seems like an impossible task, as impossible as the coldness of the sun. However, since it was reborn in 2012 as Europe’s largest non-collecting art museum, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris has been focusing on exactly that: massive presentations of temporary group and solo exhibitions in its Place du Trocadéro space, all around a central theme, with the current being Soleil Froid (Cold Sun).