Our critics toured more than 60 booths — a sight for art-starved eyes. Here are 16 highlights to catch, in person or virtually.
First things first: “I sculpt myself every day,” says Booker, who appears swathed in yards of textiles, from headdress to sneakers.
A selection of 79 drawings from the collection recasts the most celebrated decade in American art as less American.
The Alabama artist and musician has arrived at a career milestone, with two exhibitions in the Hamptons and a gallery to map his future.
NADA House hosts 66 galleries, nonprofits and artist-run spaces arrayed in and around stately officers’ residences. Expect the refreshingly unfamiliar.
The jurors were drawn to politically and socially engaged art, which was often about representing minority groups, the chair of the judges said.
Zürcher Gallery on Bleecker Street shows what fairs are good at: bringing new artists to your attention.
Applications for the $1,000 grants, from the New York Foundation for the Arts, can be submitted through June 15.
Ceramics collection releases — or “dirt drops,” as one artist calls them — are getting more popular.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City.