A showcase of memorabilia at the Neue Galerie spotlights the Central European exiles who crafted Hollywood’s great wartime love story.
The work of Michaelina Wautier, a 17th-century artist, was long overlooked. She is belatedly gaining recognition as an old master, as the first U.S. show of her work opens in Boston.
On the 20th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach, its largest edition yet, the two Miamis — its emerging artists and its big collectors — meet across the gap.
Beach scenes, wild turkeys and fantastic abstract forms in glass grace the M.T.A.’s new Long Island Rail Road terminal, with works by other artists.
A three-part exhibition at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco explores the many sides and sounds of percussion.
After more than 10 years of busing exhibits across the borough, the museum is opening a permanent space on the Harlem River.
“The whole tree might remind us of an organ,” the Swiss conceptual artist said of her vision for an unsettlingly anthropomorphic tree.
As a museum takes its first steps toward diversity after an insensitive job post, a nonprofit steps in to help the city heal its fraught relationship with Black artists.
Critics say the Museum of Mankind withholds information about its vast collection of human remains that could help former colonies and descendants of conquered peoples get them back.
An exhibition in Berlin shines a light on class, showing how social and financial inequality affect how art gets made, sold and displayed.