Paintings of turquoise swimming pools drenched in California sunlight may be the first images that come to mind at the mention of British artist David Hockney, but drawing is the continuous thread running through Hockney’s life.
Sanford Biggers mines African American history and traditions in a wide variety of ways—ranging from painting on and constructing collages with recycled quilts to making installation art, performance, video, and sculpture.
At the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), Beth Lipman’s sumptuous feasts in glass glisten under the gallery lights.
The groundbreaking designs of Pierre Cardin have been giving us a look at the future for nearly seven decades.
Known for her bold-hued, pared-down geometric paintings, the 105-year-old Cuban-American artist has created her first series of large-scale, monumental sculptures.
For the first time in forty-five years, the Royal Collection is being rehung in a new location.
Palazzo Grassi, the contemporary art museum of the Pinault Collection in Venice, is hosting the exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson: Le Grand Jeu, co-organized with the Bibliothèque National de France and the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson.
For six months the 2020 iteration of Made in L.A. has been on ice. It is art without an audience, hanging in an existential funk.
Though a contemporary of the great Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters, Paul Cézanne had his own distinctive style and interests
DRIVES is South African artist Jo Ractliffe’s first-ever retrospective, featuring more than 100 works of photography, video, book art, and multimedia installation.