Critic’s Pick: Leslie Thornton Read More
With the spirit of an artist, inventor, scientist, and engineer, Tomás Saraceno creates enormous bubbles, giant ethereal webs, and basketball court−size balloons that aspire to be lighter than air Read More
Through his collages, performances, and videos, Rashaad Newsome mixes ‘ghetto’ vernacular with staid European tradition Read More
Relentlessly devoted to the antiquated medium of film, Tacita Dean chronicles misbegotten journeys, elderly relatives, and obscure moments in great artists’ lives 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
Kenny Scharf’s loopy, Pop-saturated paintings are back—in galleries and on the street. Read More
Robert Cottingham’s paintings bring back the marquees and neon glitz of midcentury America. Read More
Mike Nelson’s multiroom installations hint at marginal lives and fallen ideologies. Read More
As Ai Weiwei continues to openly criticize Communist party policy, his international profile is rising—but so is government response. Read More
Omer Fast's videos are mind-blowing mergings of artifice and truth, populated by refugees, soldiers, and other characters who may or may not be acting. Read More
James Little brings a formalist's way with stripes and an alchemist's skill with materials to tactile canvases, making color the subject. Read More
Pioneering Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez has built his career on light, making immersive installations that allow visitors to explore color in three dimensions Read More
Garbage and garbage pickers are the subjects of Vik Muniz's work. Read More
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