The work of women and the achievements of suffrage are being celebrated this year.
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Rodin celebrations in New York and Philadelphia include a bold new view of his work through the eyes and hands of Anselm Kiefer.
Five versions, in institutions on three continents, will be reunited on social media, and a Facebook Live on Monday will feature live commentary on each.
Ms. Rose, an artist known for her video installations, is the inaugural recipient of the Future Fields Commission in Time-Based Media.
The museum and the Pinault Collection have jointly acquired Mr. Nauman’s “Contrapposto Studies, I through VII” and “Walks In Walks Out.”
“Cai Guo-Qiang: Fireflies,” which will decorate the city’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway with hundreds of colorful lanterns, opens on Sept. 14.
Need 55,000 square feet of new display space? Put it under a terrace.
The bronze sculptures, which he considered to be related to his “Iliam” paintings already at the museum, are gifts of the Cy Twombly Foundation.
This Philadelphia show of political art from 1910-15 focuses on pioneers of the Mexican movement for artistic nationalism.
The museum has re-lit and recast its galleries devoted to South Asian art, and reopened them to the public. Here’s what to look for.