Most “once in a lifetime” exhibitions are anything but. This celestial blockbuster, with more than half the Renaissance superman’s surviving autograph works, is the real thing.
The Ahmanson Foundation, which has spent $130 million on art, including European masterpieces, for the Los Angeles museum, is moved by fears a redesign might bury those works.
A stupendous show at the Whitney Museum explores the profound impact of Mexican painters — the meeting and mingling that enriched American culture.
A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his lifetime?
The architect, a champion of cities, now turns a spotlight on the countryside in a sprawling new exhibition about the other 98 percent of the world.
In her first public remarks since she was forced to resign, Caroline Baumann said an inquiry that focused on her wedding was unfair and colored by sexism.
Chirlane McCray’s exhibition reflects an agenda of equity and inclusion.
The gallerist Robert Diament and the actor Russell Tovey founded Talk Art as gossipy chat. Now it’s a global hit.
The wildly popular artist mixes up his collection, shining a light on Outsider art and graffiti.
New evidence surfaced to show the 17th-century work had been owned by a Jewish art dealer who left it behind when he fled the Nazis.