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The poet, artist and activist is the subject of “Ugo Rondinone: I ♥ John Giorno,” which will open at locations across Manhattan in June.
A documentary compiles work by filmmakers from all over the world who captured small moments of affirmation and reflection.
An exhibition on Buddhist art in Kashmir that traveled from one museum to another raises the issue of omissions.
“Two Tents,” Francesco Clemente’s show at the Mary Boone Gallery, portrays a kind of heaven with hard benches and a hell with busy bees.
“Francesco Clemente: Inspired by India” at the Rubin Museum of Art, his first retrospective in New York in more than a decade, ties the peripatetic Italian-born painter to a single country.
A new breed of production invites spectators to bed down in an immersive performance space, exploring their perceptions of their surroundings in a half-awake state or in their dreams.