Would an appearance at Art Basel Miami Beach help ten women scale the barriers of rejection or aesthetic misunderstanding they found in Georgia?
Kevin Beasley confronts King Cotton’s legacy in his solo museum show.
The art critics of The New York Times tell you what rocked their worlds this year: notable art events, works in museums and galleries, emerging artists and how they found beauty in unexpected places.
Jean Curran’s dye-transfer prints from film stills, and a stop-time movie by Catherine Opie, continue the 60-year-old love affair of artists with Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo.’
Denise Scott Brown’s photographs of Las Vegas; Kayode Ojo’s color prints and sculptures; Anna Maria Maiolino’s “poetic wanderings”; and Lyle Ashton Harris’s portraits.
Now that the former AT&T headquarters by Philip Johnson is a freshly minted city landmark, Snohetta has gone back to the drawing board for its renovation plan and found a solution, our critic says.
After a five-year overhaul, Belgium’s Africa Museum now acknowledges the injustices of colonialism. But it reopens amid a debate about whether some items should be there at all.
Part-time art installers at the Queens museum say they do the same job, but earn far less, than full-time employees at the Museum of Modern Art.
Against the backdrop of a skidding stock market, declining endowments and a cooling of luxury real-estate values, another private museum announced its birth.
Projects supported by this round of grants include work to preserve the “auditory signatures” of historic sites and a timeline of African-American music.