The treasury secretary’s father, a New York art dealer, paid a record price last week for a work by a living artist. But for whom?
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What Australia’s Aboriginal artists and filmmakers are teaching Americans in two radiant shows.
The Modernist master left his mark on generations, from Renzo Piano and Norman Foster to David Adjaye and Billie Tsien.
The look is personal, but when you peel it back, the message is subtly topical.
Why “Rabbit,” the perfect art for the roaring mid-80s, continues to speak to us.
Demand for a former graffiti tagger named Brian Donnelly transforms a speculative market for paintings.
A gift from the president of the museum’s board will allow it to be “more welcoming and more open,” the MOCA director said.
Like so many good ideas, the Every Woman Biennial was born of a joke. Now it’s in its third edition, displaying the work of over 600 female and nonbinary artists, and expanding to Los Angeles.
Mr. Pei, a committed modernist, was one of the few architects equally attractive to real estate developers, corporate chieftains and art museum boards.
For Elisabetta Matsumoto, knot theory is knit theory.
The architect’s legacy includes some of the world’s most recognizable buildings, including the Louvre Pyramid.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
Antonin Stanek faced international complaints after he dismissed two museum chiefs. He said they had committed crimes, but many saw the moves as personal.
The season’s most stylish timepieces — whether refined or sporty — come in navy, midnight and sapphire.
Some fear that the landscape architect Lester Collins’s modernist vision from 1981 will be lost.
Josh Smith’s Reaper paintings; David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE’s border markers; and Alina Tenser’s shape-shifting boxes.
Born in the troubling Italian era, one classic Piero Portaluppi home has reopened as a contemporary art gallery.
A shiny and enigmatic steel sculpture sold for $91.1 million at Christie’s on Wednesday, edging past David Hockney.
The museum, opening Thursday on Liberty Island, reminds visitors of the vague and often dubious ideal of “liberty for all.”
The artist known as KAWS is famous for his commercial collaborations. Now his paintings are fetching ever-higher auction prices.
Mermaids, mud and the nightmare of colonialism and environmental destruction get swirled into a toxic soup in the Indigenous collective’s 2018 film.
The decision by one of the world’s leading museums could spur other institutions to turn down philanthropy from the family behind OxyContin.
Other cities have combined books and subsidized housing, but the outgoing mayor, Rahm Emanuel, has embraced the concept with three striking new projects.
The conceptual photographer’s transfixing show at Gagosian includes confounding diptychs and a cinematic triptych.
A work from Monet’s “Meules” (“Grainstacks”) series that sold at Sotheby’s in New York on Tuesday was the ninth-most-expensive painting ever sold at an international auction house.
The event’s organizers want to play down the market’s influence. But for those in the know, it’s the world’s biggest art fair.
But the fireworks are yet to come, perhaps at the contemporary sales starting on Wednesday.
The representative from New York inspired a comic book anthology that arrives in stores on Wednesday.
There are more than 100 exhibitions and presentations taking place in this year’s extravaganza. Our critic soaks up the highlights.