A pop star’s fourth album arrives; the Sarasota Ballet returns to the Joyce; and Winona Ryder is everywhere.
It’s a museum show. It’s a fashion show. It’s a critique. No, a boutique. Whatever you call the Whitney installation by the label Eckhaus Latta, you’re likely to leave with more questions (and clothes) than answers.
The art world and market are finally catching up to Mary Corse, a pioneer of the “soft” approach to light.
Culture Pass, a new initiative from New York City’s public libraries, will offer free admission to prominent cultural institutions around the city.
David Wojnarowicz’s profile is high in New York this summer, with a rich retrospective at the Whitney Museum, opening Friday, and two gallery shows.
The curator of the Whitney’s coming Andy Warhol retrospective offers details of the exhibition — more intimate than usual — for the first time.
With about 400 Roy Lichtenstein works going to the Whitney Museum and a historic archive to the Smithsonian, the Lichtenstein Foundation begins a long goodbye.
Benefits were held for the Whitney Museum, Solving Kids’ Cancer, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and PEN America.
From Herman Melville to Mae West, pinball machines to a slave ship, Robert Indiana drew his inspiration from American sources, with deeply personal meanings.