New and overlooked artists shine at the Armory Show, New York’s largest in-person fair since the pandemic, and other shows across the city.
Compensating for a postponed museum retrospective, an exciting gallery show revisits the painter’s late figurative style.
Let your fall re-entry begin at the Independent Art Fair in Manhattan, which features painting, photography and the pioneers of net art.
The new art fair wants to be a “change agent” with more collaboration, global locations and a hyperlocal New York scene.
An image of Cupid was covered over in “Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window” for nearly 300 years. Now that he’s back on show, the famous painting looks quite different.
A fraught reconstruction was a missed opportunity, but it helped foster a new urbanism and a broader vision of what a neighborhood can be.
The trove, which is going on sale because of a court order, includes pieces by Cy Twombly, Gerhard Richter and Andy Warhol, and is valued at more than $600 million.
With the growing visibility of gender-nonconforming and transgender people, the scope of feminism is fast evolving. Now two major museum shows in California explore the impact on art.
For his new installation of mosaics in New York, the artist ventures below Times Square.
“Who is Queen?” at MoMA is the artist’s most personal and ambitious show yet, exploring how we might live beyond labels in American society. “I want to overwhelm the museum,” he said.