The German provocateur’s opening in Los Angeles shows her choreographic skills and obsession with youthful nihilism. But when the performers leave, the emptiness remains.
The artist invited the community in Newark to reimagine objects that would otherwise be destined for a landfill — to look at them in a fresh, imaginative way.
The artist’s organization said it rejected requests from the fashion company to use the artworks in handbag ads, but the luxury brand used them anyway.
Under an agreement, ownership of 77 objects seized from a New York art dealer reverted to Yemen. They will be returned when the violent conflict there subsides.
Documenting the recovery of a Chinese spy balloon off South Carolina, a Navy photographer produced some spectacular images with surprising art-historical undercurrents.
The authenticity of the painting, which was seized by the British Navy during the Revolutionary War, had been questioned because of overpainting and gaps in its provenance.
The Pittsburgh sculptor, who started carving wood in the early 1950s, is enjoying a long-overdue moment in the sun.
The 77 items had been in the collection of Douglas A.J. Latchford, accused of trafficking in looted antiquities, and were returned under an agreement with his estate.
Looking for new art in New York this weekend? Start in Chelsea for Nicole Eisenman’s retrospective and Ayanna Dozier’s solo show. And don’t miss Dave Schubert’s photographs.
With a show at Kasmin and a new book of rediscovered photographs, both called “The Beginning,” the ethnographer of the elite reflects on finding her voice.