From Bushwick to Harlem, with many stops in between, our art critics take stock of the best shows this spring.
They are fearless, and their works are among the season’s exciting shows. Drawing on memories and research, they propose new ways to live with our histories.
Putting personal dramas behind him, the artist opens his first New York show in five years (at a new gallery).
François Pinault, one of France’s richest men, is investing nearly $170 million in the Bourse de Commerce. Works from his own collection are set to go on display starting in 2020.
Amanda Williams and Olalekan Jeyifous re-evaluate what a public memorial can be.
For those muscled out of studios across the city, ArtBuilt offers long leases, below-market rents and the mayor’s welcome.
High above Manhattan, Alicja Kwade’s planetary sculpture captures the music of the spheres.
Giovanni Battista Moroni, long overlooked, is the new Renaissance face at the Frick Collection.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
An immersive show opening at the museum in February will feature new works by the performance artist.