Whether by burning, cutting, shredding, or simply leaving them at the curb, artists have various reasons for disposing of their own works Read More
The spooky animations of the Quay Brothers come to MoMA Read More
A dealer reflects on a lifelong obsession Read More
Space travel has become an obsession among contemporary artists who are reenacting journeys to Mars, making replicas of astronaut gear, and even training with NASA Read More
In paintings, photography, sculpture, and performance, artists are summoning the age-old distinction between naked and nude to comment on gender roles, sexual politics, stereotypes, and more Read More
As visitors crowd into blockbusters at rates of more than 800 people per hour, museums are working behind the scenes to keep guests patient, informed, and calm Read More
The long and lively history of political caricature Read More
Scholars are looking at the history of modernism through the history of its pranks Read More
Critic’s Pick: Leslie Thornton Read More
In art, black was never basic Read More
With portraits of men of color in trendy ghetto gear posed in attitudes copied from the Old Masters, Kehinde Wiley aims to ‘make paintings that matter in the 21st century’ Read More
Alan Sonfist has built a career as an urban land artist. Read More
In large abstract paintings, Jacqueline Humphries puts a contemporary spin on the AbEx and Minimalist tradition. Read More
Robert Cottingham’s paintings bring back the marquees and neon glitz of midcentury America. Read More
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