Lucio Fontana made abstraction dangerous by breaking through the surface of a painting. His innovations astound at New York museums.
Julio Le Parc, a student of Lucio Fontana, choreographs a motorized movement-of-the-spheres dance, poetic and hypnotic.
At the Met Breuer, the crackpot exhibition “Everything Is Connected” reveals how artists have tracked, critiqued and sometimes embraced conspiracy theories.
The Met Museum is in talks with the Frick to assume the last three years of the Met’s lease while the Frick’s home is renovated.
The Met Breuer unveils unknown sculptures by Jack Whitten rooted in Africa, the ancient Mediterranean and the American South.
The Met Breuer’s exhibition showcases frank portrayals of female nudity from Klimt, Schiele and Picasso, all from the gift of a recluse who collected their artworks.
Andrea Miller, the choreographer in residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, has made a piece inspired by the “Like Life” sculpture exhibition.
The enigmatic Los Angeles sculptor has new works at Matthew Marks Gallery. Even his fans acknowledge that his subjects can have unpredictable effects on viewers.
By placing old master paintings alongside contemporary art, curators hope to make us look at both differently.