It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, buried in the desert: His dealer says yes. His son says maybe. His artist buddies, like Ed Ruscha, say, no way the sculptor created this tall, silvery object.
As coronavirus deaths rose, museums and galleries have rolled out new shows. The socialite Libbie Mugrabi is planning a dinner for the ages. Is Miami’s art world clueless?
The art critics of The Times select their favorites from this year’s crop of art books.
The indefatigable photographer on the struggles of getting his new film to the next generation of activists.
In his show at Gagosian, he merges the language of abstract art with the legacies of racial injustice.
The world’s two biggest auction houses are selling more watches, jewelry and handbags, but art’s still where the money is.
The first woman to be prime minister of Britain is seen as a political colossus abroad, but her 11 years in power have a complicated legacy at home.
Woven into his new work at Petzel Gallery are lessons drawn from his own journey to art stardom, and from a year of Black grief.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.
The City Council has voted to place the sculpture near the Palm Springs Art Museum, but local cultural leaders oppose the move.