Working as a sign painter by day and an abstract artist by night, Mr. Rosenquist imported elements of outdoor advertising into the realm of fine art.
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There’s not a single dud among the 39 works in a show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art about this Expressionist painter’s special connection to the city.
A show at the Neue Galerie, “Klimt and the Women of Vienna’s Golden Age, 1900-1918,” delves into a complex topic.
Kai Althoff’s major exhibition at MoMA features more than 200 works folded into a confusing installation of found materials.
The peculiar career of this acclaimed avant-garde artist is well-served by a museum-caliber retrospective at Bruce Silverstein Gallery.
“Cartoon Memoirs,” at the Museum of the City of New York, exhibits the mind-to-hand connection in about 200 of Ms. Chast’s wacky creations.
An artists known for his maximalist ambition, Mr. Aitken has a show opening in Los Angeles called “Electric Earth.”
A large exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art showcases many famous artists from the last 50 years, but with a big lack of the XX chromosome.
The mood of art in the ’80s was darkly rueful, as can be seen in an exhibit of work by Ross Bleckner, Eric Fischl and David Salle.
Two exhibitions at the American Folk Art Museum show the inner workings of a mind concerned with its own survival and that of the whole world.