An exhibition at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum in Washington focuses on the mirrored-room environments of Ms. Kusama, a fixture of popular culture.
An exhibition at the Grolier Club explores the beautiful and sometimes just odd images on financial instruments, and the unsung artists who created them.
Two dozen of Neel’s portraits, at David Zwirner, concentrates on her relationships with fellow Harlemites, most of them black, Latin American or Asian.
Alan and Trudy Goldberg have spent a lifetime together collecting art in Mexico. Now their finds are bound for the new Mexican Museum in San Francisco.
An interactive exhibition at the Brooklyn Academy of Music features immersive technology, virtual reality activities and film.
The year in art, distilled under one roof; practicing reverse psychoanalysis; and photographs that speak the language of paintings.
Representative William Lacy Clay, Democrat of Missouri, filed a suit arguing that the removal of a high school student’s work violated the artist’s rights.
He made a splash with a $12 million shark. Now mystery surrounds the artist’s new work, to be unveiled in Venice in April.
An operation may have seemed routine, but Dr. John Ryan, a medical historian and retired surgeon, said this was major surgery “in a very sick person.”
Coffin-building clubs have gained popularity among older New Zealanders looking beyond traditional social activities.