Mr. Wiley, famous for his portrait of former President Obama, is now showing paintings of 11 current and former African heads of state. “This is not a celebration of individual leadership,” he said.
Partisan battles over America’s past, and divisions among Latinos, are affecting this new institution set to be built on the National Mall.
Laurence des Cars has big plans for the world’s most visited museum. But whether she can achieve them depends on her powers of persuasion.
Two titans of modern art — and famous frenemies — face off in New York in a show exploring their enigmatic relationship.
The prolific Cuban-born artist’s first survey in many years has opened at the Brooklyn Museum. “It’s all about love,” she says.
Joshua Frankel, an artist whose grandfather worked at the James Farley Post Office, has deep roots at the site of his new video project for Art at Amtrak.
“Bauhaus Stairway Mural: The Large Version,” created by the artist for a Beverly Hills building, was rejected by its new tenant. It’s New York’s temporary gain.
Want to see new art in New York this weekend? Check out an exhibition at Mishkin Gallery that pays homage to Puerto Rican art. And at MoMA PS1, in Queens, two artists explore their Aymaran roots.
“Olympia,” the brothel scene that birthed modern art, crosses the Atlantic for the first time in the Met exhibition “Manet/Degas.”
How will the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures put on its star-studded fund-raiser this year, amid the polarizing strike? Very carefully.