In large shows like Documenta and the Venice Biennale, he put art from around the globe on an equal footing with that of Europe and the United States.
Author Archives: JASON FARAGO
Make way for Tyrannosaurus rex, everyone’s favorite killer. A new show at the American Museum of Natural History places T. rex amid a global family of prehistoric predators.
From its expanding museums to its scrappy galleries, the city is witnessing a contemporary art boom. But has it lost something in the churn of a global market?
The artist’s life, through clothing, jewelry, objects, films.
An exquisite show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art recalls travel before digital maps, when photography was the hottest of new media.
For this essential New York choreographer’s centenary, a Public Library exhibition full of the joy and anxiety of postwar Manhattan.
It’s official. The 65th anniversary fair of arts, design and antiques at the Park Avenue Armory has a new name — and there’s a lot more to see than brown furniture.
The government shutdown means you can’t see Charline von Heyl’s first-class retrospective at the Hirshhorn. But consider this substitute: the double life her paintings live online.
A pivotal report calls for thousands of artworks to leave French museums and return to West Africa. An artist, a historian and a philosopher debate what should happen — and what these objects could mean to young Africans who have never seen them.