A recent installation at the Barnes Foundation reorganized the space and examined its history and founders.
A show about gray as a color and a metaphor, limning its way between grim concreteness and silver linings.
A group show gathers artists who share a common geography, suggesting the possibility of a new art-historical movement.
A recent works-on-paper show avers a trans-regional American art, with six curators, 20 artists, and an aesthetic road trip.
In an impressive debut, provocative works that queer picture making
July in the Hamptons saw this show of intimately scaled paintings of reserved exuberance
The Hammer’s current photography exhibition looks at developments in portraiture in the past 40 years.
A recent short-run exhibition questions politics and culture through economics and exchange.
A new book by Siglio reproduces Calle’s 1980 performance, following a near-stranger through Venice.