There’s a new gallery show and book of his whimsical line drawings — and coming this summer, an immersive art-and-science experience.
With four surveys, the challenging Los Angeles artist has redefined his art form in a flat-screen world.
Tauba Auerbach’s eclectic works reignite wonder where art and science collide in this career survey at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
The painting, which last sold in 1963 for $26,000, was part of a sale of works by old masters.
The artist, whose installations and sculptures run from microscopic to immense, is having a midcareer survey at SculptureCenter, her largest exhibition since 2001.
The house, known as Geller I, helped Breuer to develop the style that made him a leading postwar architect, historians said. Officials said the current owners followed all local rules.
The new fair will run every October at the Grand Palais, a glittering venue that had been home to the FIAC contemporary art fair for the last 47 years.
The influential exhibition, which opens in April, will lean toward the conceptual, with particular attention to Native artists and the U.S.-Mexico border.
The archive documents the lives and suffering of the Kusserow family, who were among many from the religious group to be persecuted by the Nazis because of their faith.
Justice Stephen G. Breyer has been a juror on the panel that awards the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s greatest honor, since 2011.