Howard Halle

It’s a recent development in art history to include women in numbers that, if not entirely commensurate with their place in society, are certainly far greater than previously.

At 95 years old, Alex Katz certainly makes painting look easy.…

New York City has often served as the canvas on which American dreams are painted…

“New York: 1962-1964” is a celebration of the institution hosting it. The Jewish Museum has been a venerable fixture in New York’s cultural firmament for what seems like forever, but six decades ago…
Fresh off its survey of Faith Ringgold, the New Museum presents a retrospective of another veteran African American painter whose aesthetic DNA courses through subsequent generations of black artists…

Sightings of Barbara Kruger’s work in New York City have been somewhat scarce since her last exhibition in 2018 at Mary Boone Gallery (which permanently closed…

Linda Nochlin caused a stir when she published, "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" in 1971. Turning the conventional wisdom of the title on its head, she clarifies that there have always…
Spread over two capacious floors, the exhibit is Eisenman’s first presentation of new paintings in New York City after a seven-year hiatus in which their sculpture, fresh examples of which are also…