Museum

On the occasion of the Whitney’s major Andy Warhol retrospective, artists and curators, cultural producers and influencers talk about Warhol, his work, and his continued influence and relevance to…

Mark Bradford's exhibition for the 2017 Venice Biennale, Tomorrow Is Another Day, reflects the artist's longstanding belief in art’s ability to expose contradictory histories and inspire…

With almost seventy paintings, the first comprehensive monographic exhibition of the work of the Swiss-born artist Henry Fuseli (1741–1825) at the Kunstmuseum Basel turns the spotlight on two of…

I'm not a photographer of architecture; I see my work as portraits of spaces.
—Candida Höfer

As soon as you enter the first gallery at…

Before she was world-renowned as a pioneering feminist artist, Judy Chicago worked in abstraction, using pastel hues to form geometric patterns. A new survey at the Institute of…

After several planned unveilings, the owner of the world's most expensive painting, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, has declined to display Salvator Mundi—or even confirm its whereabouts. Art…

LOS ANGELES – During the Italian Renaissance—the period from about 1475 to 1600 that is often seen as the foundation of later European art—drawing became increasingly vital to the…

Toward a Concrete Utopia explores themes of large-scale urbanization, technology in everyday life, consumerism, monuments and memorialization, and the global reach and influence of…