Maurizio Cattelan is more than a prankster, and “Comedian,” his potassium-rich latest work, is more than an overpriced piece of fruit.
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The artist Maurizio Cattelan’s taped banana at Art Basel Miami prompted so much buzz and commotion that it was removed on Sunday before the end of the fair.
This was a year of highs that included political protest in the art world, a historic Whitney Biennial, inspiring monuments and a revamped MoMA.
The Times’s art critics select 26 of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.
The Museum of Graffiti, the first of its kind, opens in Miami with a ticktock history of the art form’s early development
The theme of an exhibition asks whether black people are truly the main beneficiaries of the culture they produce.
The prize’s winner-takes-all model, borrowed from book and film awards, sits uneasily with contemporary art.
Alina Szapocznikow’s bits of body; Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s triggering Claymation; Sonya Kelliher-Combs’s poignant picturing of abuse; and Amy Brener’s urethane goddesses.
The novelist Rachel Kushner also writes about art. Her collection is a reminder of those essays and features.
Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.
Maurizio Cattelan’s latest provocative work is buzzy and fun. But is it art?
The landscape architect Arnaud Casaus is creating green spaces wilder and warmer than those found at street level.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
The gold-standard shelter magazine runs on a brass-tacks budget and refuses to kowtow to the internet.
Rhett Baruch has transformed his compact Los Angeles apartment into a showroom for the colorful, unconventional items that he sells.
Michaël Verheyden, who combines simple shapes with rich textures, will show a new collection at Design Miami.
The Brooklyn Historical Society acquires the deed giving 200 acres near Coney Island to Anthony van Salee, the first known person of Muslim origin to settle in America.
A new statue of Parks was dedicated in Alabama’s capital city on Sunday, the 64th anniversary of her refusal to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man.
Seats: Surrounding the stage. Budget: $550 million. Opening: March 2024. Goal: Avoid past failures.
The Milanese firm Studio Peregalli has tapped into the soul of a 19th-century house in order to return it to an idealized version of its former glory.