From San Bernardino, Calif., and Aurora, Colo., to Orlando, Fla., and Newtown, Conn., sites of memory honor those killed in gun violence, and survivors.
Art today is often a parade of the self. The Freer Gallery of Art presents objects by medieval artists who plunge you into the world by removing you from it.
The brainchild of Opal Lee, the institution will be part of an economic development project aimed at revitalizing the city’s Historic Southside neighborhood.
After a lengthy closure during the pandemic, the Upper East Side institution has begun the first major phase of a $200 million plan to redevelop its campus.
The audacious artist transforms seaborne plastics into maritime art at the Brooklyn Museum, driving home his message about their devastating environmental impact.
Organizers of the international art exhibition in Germany said they would remove a work after diplomats and lawmakers said it contained antisemitic images.
“Clay was the earth that grew our food, was the house we lived in, was the pottery we ate out of and prayed with,” says the Native American sculptor and rising star.
Kurian at 47 Canal.
From the driving range to the dude ranch, an artist stages intimate, alluring portraits of U.S. hegemony from within its walls.
Marking the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death, an exhibition delayed by the pandemic is meant to present an “antidote” to the world’s turmoil.