Lucio Fontana made abstraction dangerous by breaking through the surface of a painting. His innovations astound at New York museums.
Mr. Cardo’s phantasmagorical paintings and collages offered compelling commentary on war, social issues and Freudian psychoanalysis.
Two shows attempt to bridge the rift in a museum’s mission: to honor its Barrio roots — and reach a global audience.
Argentina’s leading filmmaker specializes in elusive, off-kilter work. In person, she’s much blunter.