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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.

1/16/2022 1:28:05 PM

In Beverly Barkat’s quest to connect people with nature, she found that environmental waste could be a powerful medium.

1/16/2022 4:52:48 PM

His public art installation in New York’s Madison Square Park takes on the thorny issues roiling American classrooms.

1/13/2022 12:26:07 PM

On Jan. 6, many artists shared the belief that they should respond to a national trauma. But how?

1/13/2022 12:55:19 PM

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.

1/11/2022 3:38:53 PM

An energizing presentation of the artist’s landscapes, interiors and sculptural objects at David Zwirner Gallery lets visitors enter his secret universe.

1/13/2022 11:59:09 AM

“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.

1/12/2022 1:36:26 PM

Chitra Ganesh’s painted and sewn assemblages.

1/13/2022 1:40:35 PM

Why does this image keep resurfacing on social media?

1/16/2022 9:18:34 AM

He played a less public but powerful role in creating the High Line, Hudson River Park and landmark districts in the Manhattan neighborhood.

1/17/2022 12:55:26 PM