Abramović’s art embodies a dark, personal truth: one overcomes punishment through self-sacrifice, denial, turning the hurt into a weapon of liberation, at times literally bought in blood.
Soth’s art is motivated less by the need for cohesion than by attentiveness to a moment that seems full of poetic possibility.
Unless you were already familiar with Bey’s documentary work, the horror he refers to might not be recognizable to you.
The Belgian artist Ilse D’Hollander rejected abstraction and figuration as an either/or premise in favor of a path that embraced both.
In this expansive conversation, artist Shahzia Sikander discusses her first solo exhibition in a decade and her hopes for a post-pandemic art world.
Sikander’s first New York solo show in nine years includes a captivating range of paintings, mosaics, animations, and the artist’s first-ever sculpture.
Due to the pandemic, museums and galleries are now creating virtual experiences. Here’s what it’s like to visit them.
In Mexico foregrounds Höfer’s images as records of a site’s architectural and sociopolitical history.
Liu Wei returns to New York to show an idiosyncratic body of work that marks a radical departure from the paintings that made him a star
In his new show at Sean Kelly Gallery, the artist has begun to create a register of contemporary black visual artists.
James Casebere’s latest photographs show the modernist homes of Luis Barragán alluringly yet threateningly devoid of people or any signs of human habitation.
“They must die!” boutique hotel mogul Vikram Chatwal allegedly screamed at Molly and Finn, the Jack Russell terriers of gallerist Sean Kelly, before pulling out an aerosol can and lighter and attempting to torch the poor pups.