The sculpture, commissioned by a Wisconsin sausage maker, is provoking more debate about whether the elderly artist authorized all the works sold under his name.
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A company that represented the artist says in a lawsuit that Mr. Indiana’s caretaker on a Maine island had shut him off from the rest of the world.
An art critic, a fashion writer and a Catholic columnist from The Times walk into a museum. What followed was a lively debate about clothing and faith.
Wong Ping says he had not heard of the Guggenheim two years ago. Now his video stars in a show, depicting Hong Kong’s precarious relationship with China.
At the National Museum of the American Indian, imagiNATIONS emphasizes native innovations in math, science and engineering.
Mr. Indiana’s depiction of the letters L, O, V and E was one of the best-known images of the 20th century, widely reproduced but also widely imitated.
Mr. Ai has never had a substantial exhibition in Los Angeles, but by October he will have three.
A municipal agency that bought Kerry James Marshall’s “Past Times” for $25,000 in 1997 sold it Wednesday night at auction for $21.1 million.
Arthur Jafa’s triumphal debut consisted of a seven-minute video. Two years later, he’s back with artworks in three media on as many floors.
With “History Refused to Die: Highlights From the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift,” the Metropolitan Museum of Art makes the case for the art of self-taught black Southerners.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
A show devoted to his large-scale black-and-white works on canvas and paper will be on view in September at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea.
The Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron find site-specific solutions for each project, collaborating not only as designers but also as curators.
A matchmaker and a collaborator, he says he’s “not in it to create a monument to myself.”
At the Venice Architecture Biennale, seven exhibits explore what it means to be a citizen of the universe.
As cities run out of space, the water is one of the last remaining zones for centrally located development.
Nancy Shaver’s colorful assemblages; Domenico Gnoli’s unsettling close-ups; Tony Cokes’s incisive videos; and Rita McBride’s high-intensity laser beams.
Somewhere in Robert Indiana’s home in Maine, there may exist an early version of his famous image — one that will startle his fans.
From Herman Melville to Mae West, pinball machines to a slave ship, Robert Indiana drew his inspiration from American sources, with deeply personal meanings.
Art can be full of surprises. Sometimes it speaks to you.
As part of an effort to stay connected with people in the digital age, Mattel is sponsoring a nationwide search for a custom vehicle that can be a model for a 50th anniversary Hot Wheels car.
On Thursday, buyers were looking for works fresh to the market from long-term collections, rather than resales.