A crazy-quilt meditation on what painting can be.
The artist’s enormous installation at raises questions about how architecture relates to history.
The key to Koons is his narcissism
A legend in his own country, the Finnish painter expresses an almost greedy desire for light and color.
David Carrier reports on the politics and curatorial gambits of “Manifesta 10,” now on view in St. Petersburg.
This ambitious retrospective of Clark’s work is one of the first major exhibitions of her work outside of Brazil.
“This is the moment where Kandinsky’s blues, his reds, his yellows, are becoming nouns, objects, substances in their own right.”
Ohad Meromi carries the proletarian banner into Nathalie Karg Gallery.
Arson as a kind of avant-garde, reorganizing our experience of the exhibition space.
On view at the New York Studio School through August 10