The show maps depictions of nonviolence in art over 14 centuries Read More
This summer, Jeff Koons, Catherine Opie, Carrie Mae Weems, and others will transform New York’s water tanks into works of art Read More
An exhibition explores the painstaking process Maurice Sendak used to produce his beloved books Read More
Dress Up in Your Favorite Fred Tomaselli Read More
The lighthearted sculptures of François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne—featuring animals such as rhinos, crocodiles, and sheep—bridge the worlds of fine and decorative arts Read More
Francesco Clemente takes on the Tarot card, using friends Brice Marden, Philip Glass, Diane von Furstenberg–and himself— as models Read More
Soot, sand, dust, and smoke are things that museums typically try to avoid, but these substances are the latest subject in a series of materials-focused shows at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Read More
Bill Moggridge wants to bring design out of the Cooper-Hewitt and into the public conversation Read More
More and more museums are showcasing jewelry from across cultures and centuries. Read More
Some say Hello Kitty, and others say bye bye. Read More
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