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This year, four stellar artists were given the financial and career boosts that come with the “Genius” title. Learn more about them here.
Call and Response, Betye Saar’s current exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), is a small but poignant portrait of the world Saar created over the course of her half century career.
Unveiled last week in Times Square, Kehinde Wiley’s new monumental sculpture Rumors of War (2019) presents an alternative to the Civil War monuments that have been the subject of much controversy in recent years.
The exhibition and sale represent the culmination of a lifetime of dedicated and informed collecting by diamond merchant, Benjamin Zucker.
The editors at Phaidon publishing have released a new book that chronicles the dramatic developments in home design during the 20th century. Houses: Extraordinary Living showcases 400 houses by some of the world's greatest architects.
The aim of CIBO is to remind us that food is the unique and yet universal component that connects human beings across the globe.
Since booking one of the most prestigious commissions an artist can get, Sherald has emerged as one of the most important voices in American contemporary art.
Every summer and fall connoisseurs and collectors of Asian art gather in New York for Asia Week.
Far from facing extinction, there is a resurgent interest in books made by artists as well as publishers specializing in books about art.
Eve Arnold was a woman in a profession dominated by men. She strongly opposed the label of “woman photographer” because she simply wanted to be recognized as a photographer who happened to be a woman.