An exhibition at Hauser & Wirth of the artist’s paintings, sketches, photographs and sculptures shows how he worked through ideas in a variety of mediums.
An itinerary for visiting five iconic Manhattan destinations, either on foot or online.
San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts exhibits a potpourri of pieces from its Japanese sister institution, which emphasizes work created by photographers younger than 35.
A jam-packed survey at the Addison Gallery of American Art showcases the sculptor’s distinctive application of Minimalist sensibilities to mostly natural materials.
The Rubin Museum of Art provides a rich exploration of a single meditative practice starting with the Buddha’s own spiritual reappraisal.
The institution’s new Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Galleries recount a complicated, often difficult history, while keeping the art front and center.
The institution had no choice but to expand downward in an impressive $233 million project.
Frieze, the first major fair in the U.S. since the Covid-19 pandemic started, is a gratifying step toward the new normal.
The Worcester Art Museum exhibits paintings and sculptures on loan from the descendents of a Jewish collector whose art became a casualty of World War II.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts brings together a selection of the photojournalist’s celebrated portraits of children and adolescents—no boys allowed.
Though the two artists never met and had very different styles, an intriguing Barnes Foundation exhibition looks for signs of the French modernist’s influence on the Abstract Expressionist painter.
Armchair travelers can experience the city’s vibrant cultural sites online in a truly rewarding way, despite closures that make in-person visits a challenge or impossibility.
A striking exhibition at MoMA celebrates the sculptor and his long association with the museum, in work that ranges from his inventive jewelry to his massive mobiles.
The Guggenheim exhibits works by Robert Morris, Richard Serra, Lynda Benglis and others that play with physical properties.
A Met retrospective conveys the painter’s powerful ability to capture the humanity of her subjects without romanticizing them.
The Peabody Essex Museum has rethought its South Asian Art galleries, contrasting works and perspectives from colonial and post-colonial India.
An exhibition highlights how sites like the Alhambra and old masters like Velázquez inspired a century of U.S. painters.
Maya Lin’s redesign of Smith College’s Neilson Library is defined by transparency, accessibility and luminosity.
A vivacious survey of contemporary art at El Museo del Barrio brims with inventive works that make a sociopolitical point.
An exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum shows how the American photographer used his mastery of darkroom technology to fine-tune his images.