Ms. Westphal devoted her life to, in her words, “the patterning of cloth on any surface available” — including quilts, kimonos, dresses and baskets.
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Cynthia Rowley and Bill Powers and their children live in a West Village townhouse with loads of artwork, much of it whimsical.
Two exhibitions — one in Milan, the other in Florence — examine art’s relationship to Italian politics, and find that the two are never far apart.
A growing number of museums bring stimulation and solace to dementia patients through regular tours.
The New York native has been practicing performance art, the most ephemeral of forms, since the 1970s. Now she has the biggest museum show of her career.
On hundreds of magazine covers and in newspaper pages, Mr. Grossman caricatured all manner of politicians and made puns on their names.
The piece, a colossal open book carried aloft by eagle’s wings with a 30-foot span, is Mr. Kiefer’s first ever site-specific outdoor public sculpture in the U.S.
I laughed when I saw it, exactly as Grant Wood had depicted it. Now “the world’s second most famous White House” was mine — for $250 a month.
It is 80 years since cheering crowds greeted Hitler in Vienna. A work of public art you hear, rather than see, is asking people to think back on that moment.
Banksy’s latest work, a 70-foot-long piece at Houston and Bowery, honors the artist Zehra Dogan, who was jailed for painting Turkish ruins.