Columbus, the Middle Passage, the Mayflower. A thought-provoking exhibition, “Arrivals,” grapples with the myths and origin stories of how everyone set foot in this country.
In Beverly Barkat’s quest to connect people with nature, she found that environmental waste could be a powerful medium.
His public art installation in New York’s Madison Square Park takes on the thorny issues roiling American classrooms.
On Jan. 6, many artists shared the belief that they should respond to a national trauma. But how?
After a life-changing injury with a table saw blade, John Powers asked friends to help sculpt a solution. His project to regain his craft is the most important art he’s done yet.
An energizing presentation of the artist’s landscapes, interiors and sculptural objects at David Zwirner Gallery lets visitors enter his secret universe.
“Why would you want to own something that was stolen?” said James H. Clark, who investigators said had been persuaded to buy dozens of looted items by a rogue dealer.
Chitra Ganesh’s painted and sewn assemblages.
Why does this image keep resurfacing on social media?
He played a less public but powerful role in creating the High Line, Hudson River Park and landmark districts in the Manhattan neighborhood.