The year has been bumpy for this Los Angeles museum, with Covid-19, questions about diversity and a leadership reorganization. But its director, Klaus Biesenbach, says, “every day is a chance to improve.”
In two North Philadelphia neighborhoods, many hands create homegrown art tributes to local heroes.
The sculptor Jean Shin gravitates to castoff objects, including a threatened tree at Olana, the former estate of Frederic Church.
Dawoud Bey’s images at the Whitney Museum expose rich histories hidden beneath the surface, how places evolve over time.
Great examples of photography and editorial design abound at the Jewish Museum. (Catch the catalog, too.)
Auction sales show a schism in the market: speculative buyers flock to crypto art while blue-chip collectors hold back, fearing legal gray areas and copyright issues.
With help from close relatives, the 87-year-old artist is still working, even if he doesn’t apply the paint himself.
The government, regional legislators and major museums said they would make “substantial” returns of the famous West African artifacts starting next year.
The executive turnover in the auction world signals a market shift after the pandemic, an industry expert says.
His chrysanthemum-like depictions of the sun will light up digital platforms in New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo and Seoul.