Don’t be fooled by its generic title. Lesley Lokko’s “Laboratory of the Future” is the most ambitious and pointedly political Venice Architecture Biennale in years.
The Nigerian artist inaugurates Zwirner’s new Los Angeles gallery with paintings that showcase her artistic vernacular.
Amid high inflation and low inventory, the art market correction appears to have landed. If it wasn’t a trophy, it probably struggled to command a high price.
The Supreme Court decision over Andy Warhol’s use of Lynn Goldsmith’s Prince photograph was decided on the narrow grounds of a licensing issue. But it could still have a chilling effect.
The famous poet and his artist friend wanted to publish “The Sweet and Sour Animal Book” in 1936. But there were no takers. A Cleveland exhibition makes up for the lost time.
Jibz Cameron, who performs as Dynasty Handbag, is bringing a new multimedia performance to Brooklyn. It might be more epic than the blockbuster movie.
The Japanese artist’s new exhibition in Manhattan includes undulating pumpkins and graphic paintings, but her latest Infinity Mirror Room is the star of the show.
In his new video installation, the artist known for maximalist works like “The Cremaster Cycle” returns to the football fields of his childhood.
Want to see new art in the city? Check out Natia Lemay’s sculptures at Yossi Milo, and Aria Dean’s work at Greene Naftali. And don’t miss Aliza Nisenbaum’s paintings at the Queens Museum.
The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam becomes a somewhat flimsy case study for fine-art diversity and inclusion conversations in this documentary.