“Si said to me that he always gets what he wants because he will not stop bidding,” David Geffen recalls. But one got away: Jackson Pollock’s “The Deep.”
Accusations that the family behind OxyContin actively played down its perils have led arts and education institutions to rethink accepting Sackler funds.
Once on the margins, older African-American artists are suddenly a hot commodity. They are relishing the attention while dealing with the market’s grueling demands.
Siah Armajani’s career survey at the Met Breuer and public sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park offer a portrait of the Iranian artist in exile in America.
The decision, which followed similar moves from British museums, highlights growing unease in the art world over the family’s links to OxyContin and the opioid crisis.
The artist dances with wolves, and hunters, in his new film “Redoubt,” shot in his native Idaho. It’s the most emancipated work of his career.
Whether a crazy quilt of a museum in the Netherlands or a whimsical corkscrew that looked like his friend Anna, Mr. Mendini’s work drew attention.
As the museum’s Andy Warhol retrospective ends its run, Holland Cotter revisits the exhibition through a work that showed the artist shifting gears.
A new collaboration is bringing the work of artists to city bus stops. First up, the photographer Elle Pérez.
Hicham Aboutaam asserted he had been damaged by article that reported he was under investigation in connection with selling looted artifacts.