At the Hammer, one of the strongest biennials; at the Fowler, the most beautiful sculpture show in recent memory; and at LACMA, Iranian superheroes.
The selection marks the second time in a row that an African-American artist will represent the United States.
Sculptures by the Romanian master artist are on display at a ‘focused presentation’ at the Museum of Modern Art, along with his little-known and amazing films.
Neighboring shows offer new reflections on Keith Sonnier, whose assemblages include light, glass, found objects and the ambient sound of U2.
The universe of the graffiti master turned astrofunk storyteller in a bracing show reveals his lifelong battle against the limitations of form.
As an artist she transcended constraints, and as a woman of color, she confronted a society that wished to categorize her.
The art world and market are finally catching up to Mary Corse, a pioneer of the “soft” approach to light.
The National Gallery in London paid about $4.8 million for a work by a 17th-century female artist, but pieces by male artists of the 19th century are out of fashion.
The U.S. post office used a Las Vegas replica on its Lady Liberty “forever” stamps. It now owes the sculptor $3.5 million for copyright infringement.