The artist’s large, site-specific works are slightly diminished in this midcareer museum retrospective, though his found-object aesthetic remains moving in his smaller sculptures.
Uncompromising female artists dominate in the top booths at this annual fair at the Park Avenue Armory.
Five massive yellow sculptures made of durable rubber stretched to its limits are coming to Park Avenue next week.
Christie’s said a Hawaiian sculpture that it sold in 2017 was about 200 years old. But some experts aren’t convinced.
Leonor Fini’s post-internet paintings; contemporary sculptures from the French Caribbean and Haiti; Luke Stettner’s painfully personal show; and Joseph Urban’s sumptuous theater sets.
His large wall reliefs and other sculptures explored the artistic possibilities of clay.
A multimedia fixture of the New York scene, belatedly celebrated as a Pop Artist, she made works that could function as furniture or even be worn.
Lucio Fontana made abstraction dangerous by breaking through the surface of a painting. His innovations astound at New York museums.
Trevor Paglen’s “Orbital Reflector” is waiting for F.C.C. clearance before it can be activated. The artist says it might not survive the wait.