An architectural firm’s soup-to-nuts approach is leaving an indelible imprint on poor, once-neglected corners in and around this state’s capital.
For this international event, the Iraq pavilion will this time feature ancient works never shown outside that country.
The debate about anonymity in art sales has intensified as some people wonder whether a lack of ownership transparency has invited criminal activity.
Vjeran Tomic stole five paintings from a museum in 2010; one of his accomplices was sentenced to seven years in prison and the other, six years.
Who does Donald J. Trump call when he needs a wall? The luxury-condo king of Miami. But their relationship has seen better days.
Ms. Ferris, whom Art Spiegelman calls “one of the most important comics artists of our time,” has just published her first graphic novel.
Scores of sideshow paintings portray a bustling society on the cusp of dramatic change in 19th-century France.
Although it claims to explore contemporary art in Cuba from the 1970s on, this show isn’t a representative survey. Wild and noisy are exactly what it is not.
Nathalie de Gunzburg, the chairwoman of the Dia Art Foundation’s board, talks about collecting works by Carl Andre, Louise Bourgeois, Sonia Delaunay and others.
The letter, written by PEN America, reads in part: “Vibrant, open intercultural dialogue is indispensable in the fight against terror and oppression.”