Using video projections, the artist Krzysztof Wodiczko reclaims public spaces for marginalized viewpoints.
The venerable fair may have changed its name, but it has not forsaken its passion for quality.
The Benin Bronzes, some of Africa’s greatest treasures, were looted over 120 years ago. After a chance encounter, two men made it their mission to return them.
A jumble of memorabilia, storyboards and props, an exhibit illustrates the whirl of influences behind Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking 1968 film.
“Arte del Mar,” an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, shows that the West Indies were a meeting point of cultures long before the European arrival.
An Israel Museum exhibition explores the complicated relationship between the hieroglyphs of antiquity and emoji, the lingua franca of the digital age.
“Abortion Is Normal” is the kind of exhibition that energizes supporters and upsets opponents. But it’s exciting for just being a good art show.
‘Souls Grown Diaspora,’ a movement’s northern reach; Frederick Weston’s ‘Blue Bedroom Blues’; Nicholas Krushenick’s collages; Eric Brown’s ‘Longhand’ paintings.
When a piece speaks to Dani Levinas, he listens. Many of the works that touch him have their roots in Latin America.
Spurred by advances in photomechanical reproduction, forgers are increasingly selling unauthorized copies of famous works on the internet, and elsewhere.