In addition to its impressionist matchup “Manet/Degas,” the Met unveiled Lauren Halsey’s spectacular new rooftop installation. Our critics weigh in on this year’s most thrilling shows.
Corrado Cagli, an artist of the 1920s through the 1970s, is still defying categories like “Italian artist” or “gay artist,” as a show at the Center for Italian Modern Art reveals.
Karen Finley, one of the N.E.A. Four, revisits culture wars 25 years after a Supreme Court ruling — amid today’s culture wars — with a work at Art Basel Miami Beach.
After losing her sight in an accident, Emilie Gossiaux found meaning and art in a bond with her dog, London, celebrated at the Queens Museum.
A growing number of museums around the country have raised admission fees and cut staff to try to weather the financial setbacks they have faced since the pandemic began.
In the first half of the 20th century, socially conscious artists in the South were great innovators, reflecting on race, progress and the disappearing plantocracy.
The London-based designer’s Artist’s Choice exhibition evokes the styles, forms and sounds of the African diaspora.
The directors, who are part of an art collective, wind up stretching architecture’s net in so many directions that it begins to fray.
After a five-year renovation, some of the museum’s grandest galleries have reopened. Our critic frames six artworks you cannot miss.
The artist’s show at Petzel gallery demonstrates his skill and vision across various mediums. But hard questions hover beneath his exuberant works.