A major new exhibition in Denmark looks at how the celestial body has fascinated artists, writers and scientists.
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.
As New York museum exhibitions featuring Anna Halprin, Robert Rauschenberg and Rei Kawakubo attest, radical bodies are sites of transformation.
A vast retrospective at MoMA shows how much of his work was shaped and stoked by friends, teachers, lovers and bar buddies.
Patsy Tarr displays artists who commune with choreographers.
This work, performed by the Taylor 2 company, was part of a bill at the 92nd Street Y and brought to mind Mr. Taylor’s association with the artist Robert Rauschenberg.
The crowd at FIAC’s Wednesday preview remained predominantly Francophone, but major international collectors were in town for the fair —and art was selling, provided it was by a validated name.
A show at the museum that traces the arc of Virginia Dwan’s career coincides with the reopening of its East Building and the reinstallation of its modern art holdings.
Kim Jones of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is using Paul Taylor’s notes and archival images to restage a dance from the 1960s.