A revamped tower wants your love. It’s offering King Kong, flying steel girders — and a vertiginous ride to the 102nd floor. The city’s first supertall building also offers grand views of the new New York.
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Alvin Baltrop’s photographs of the abandoned Hudson River piers and the people who populated them in the 1970s and ’80s have been all but ignored. Until now.
The Hunters Point Community Library is one of the finest public buildings New York has produced this century. But it cost more than $40 million, took a decade and almost died.
ImageNet Roulette, a digital art project and viral selfie app, exposes how biases have crept into the artificial-intelligence technologies changing our lives.
An exhibition at the Drawing Center looks at how artists have used the pencil to envision their freedom during captivity.
In the past decade, only 11 percent of all work acquired by the country’s top museums was by women.
A painting set to be offered at Sotheby’s appears altered in some obvious ways. But the online catalog didn’t mention that.
The money will go toward preserving ancient artifacts that are in danger because of crises like war and climate change.
With the decline of retail, storefronts in the Triangle Below Canal Street are filling with galleries — it’s New York City’s most unlikely new art scene.
Begone, hard lines — cushy, squat and deeply comforting are the interior design requirements for fall.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
We compare Top of the Rock, One World Observatory and Edge.
When the exhibition space reopens in 2020 with a project by Renata Lucas, all five of Dia’s New York City sites will be free.
Ms. Chicago, who has new shows in Los Angeles and Washington, talks about pioneering female painters.
Major museums are opening, and the Istanbul Biennial is underway. Just don’t ask about politics.
In Mallorca’s craggy countryside, a pair of cottages combine primordiality and hypermodernism.
The free event this Saturday will be a “happening” of sorts, at the intersection of art and activism.
The best of the Marrakesh medina, men’s skin care and more.
Better known for far-out prototypes than actual products, he was seen by his admirers as a visionary in an unimaginative world.
Ellen Marmur’s skin cancer reset her course. For more than a decade she’s been on a quest to add beauty to her surroundings.
A labyrinth in front of Westminster Cathedral, a Kengo Kuma bamboo structure outside the V&A, and much more.
Tom Dixon had never designed an entire house before gamely signing on to do just that for an eccentric couple in Monaco.
The choreographer Madeline Hollander has devised simple looping steps, with names like “zigzag waltz,” in a piece that meets climate change with ritual.
While all eyes are on Paris’s fire-ravaged Notre-Dame, New York’s St. John the Divine cathedral is dealing with the aftermath of a fire of its own.
The exhibition’s detractors say that a man who derided museums as too feminine and politically correct may not be taking the right approach to overseeing the sensitive items on display.
For their debut project in the city, Dimore Studio managed to transform a neglected 1960s-era house into a deeply contemporary take on Italian Modernism.
What effect did the artist’s 2018 salesroom prank have on his prices? A major sale at Sotheby’s looks set to reveal the impact.
Public light spectacles by artists like Bruce Munro herald a movement that infuses culture in valleys of viticulture (and blazes new trails in cities, too).