High above Manhattan, Alicja Kwade’s planetary sculpture captures the music of the spheres.
Giovanni Battista Moroni, long overlooked, is the new Renaissance face at the Frick Collection.
An exhibition shows how the pioneers of photography saw the dominant medium of painting both as inspiration and competition.
A candlelight catacombs tour of the crypt at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Manhattan reveals the church’s history, including its famous tenants.
In a struggling neighborhood with a vibrant history, Titus Kaphar found a home for himself. Now he’s creating a center there to nurture emerging artists.
Lucian Freud’s nudes from the 1990s and 2000s; a Gretchen Bender retrospective revisits her TV-based installations; and artists address social justice issues in “Perilous Bodies.”
Shows about Leonard Cohen, instruments, punk graphics and punk sexual energy highlight the bonds between listeners and creators.
Roberta Smith revisits the groundbreaking exhibition through one standout work. You’ll want to see it in person before the show closes on April 23.
François Pinault, one of France’s richest men, is investing nearly $170 million in the Bourse de Commerce. Works from his own collection are set to go on display starting in 2020.
An immersive show opening at the museum in February will feature new works by the performance artist.