This art director and illustrator, called the Picasso of graphic design, is the subject of a show at the Museum of the City of New York.
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Lurid and amusing paintings made by Mexican artists as covers for pulp fiction books are being shown at Ricco/Maresca gallery.
Ms. Kozyra’s film focuses on people with Jerusalem syndrome, characterized in part by delusional over-identification with characters from the Bible.
The Afro-futurist artist Saya Woolfalk conjures a better tomorrow in which women create a consciousness free of the present day’s social ills.
An exhibition at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World focuses on about 50 artifacts made by Sumerian artisans about 4,500 years ago.
In 1881, a year after opening its building on Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, the Metropolitan Museum of Art received its first official bequest of Japanese art.
In the art exhibition “Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook,” at SculptureCenter, videos featuring dogs and human corpses are used in discomfiting ways.
“Gang of Seven,” Mike Nelson’s exhibition at 303 Gallery, includes works made from driftwood, skulls and other items found off the coast of British Columbia.