Hundreds of artists entrusted thousands of works to a company, the Artist Pension Trust, on the promise of sharing in sale proceeds, but many say they haven’t heard anything for years.
Will turbulent times end at the Museum of Arts and Design, where a rapid turnover of executives and visions has thrown the institution into disarray?
The French delegation in Rome is staging some of the city’s boldest public art projects. The latest, by the street artist JR, cuts like an X-ray into the mission’s sumptuous offices.
The magical images of the reclusive Chilean photographer deserve wider recognition.
The artist’s career-spanning survey at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is about to close.
The festival, which runs from Aug. 11 to Sept. 5, features a flurry of music, dance, and comedy performances from both established and emerging artists.
His videos have made him one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, but what really animates this British artist are the emotions that slip off the screen.
In his ingeniously conceived sculptures, balls seem to travel randomly and trigger various sounds. “Each pathway that the ball takes,” he said, “is a different drama.”
The more than 600 works he gave to the Met enriched the museum’s collection enormously.
Part mixtape and part séance, this opera project by the famed performance artist attempts to unite two divas across time.