Against the backdrop of a skidding stock market, declining endowments and a cooling of luxury real-estate values, another private museum announced its birth.
An exhibition of over 30 new paintings and several other works is among this artist’s most fun to look at, and uncharacteristically generous and self-revealing.
A small museum show that concentrates on the ceramic works of a multidiscipline dynamo comes as something of a relief.
There’s a big variety to experience across the United States this season, from Victorian-era dolls in Philadelphia to Renaissance-era nudes in Los Angeles.
Seven new exhibitions show us the many ways that liquidity figures in the postwar history of painting.
The piece by Mr. Fischer, a Swiss-born artist, is titled “Things.” It will be unveiled Tuesday in an old bank building on Fifth Avenue.
The arrival of dozens of international galleries and project spaces in a concentrated area has created a thriving scene.
What’s in a line? Everything, from Twombly’s love of language to his passion for nature. A survey of his postwar work emphasizes his singularity.
Their existence is coming under increasing pressure from art fairs, the internet and changes in how the rich spend their money.