Trish Young, e-Pro, Realtor
This is the weekend when art lovers crowd New York to attend the panoply of art fairs throughout Manhattan. Follow the reviews by The Times’s critics.
Robert Smithson’s earthworks record the suburban landscape he was surrounded by as a boy in New Jersey.
Women run just a quarter of the biggest art museums in the United States and Canada, and they earn about a third less than their male counterparts, according to a report.
The “lovely-weird” visual style of Wes Anderson’s movies is finding its way into home décor and even weddings.
The Shanghai artist Xu Zhen will present a provocative installation and create a signature look for this year’s Chinese-themed Armory Show.
“Carpets of the East in Paintings from the West,” which opens Tuesday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is a small show drawn from the museum’s collection.
As artists’ creative spaces in New York have shrunk, so, too, has their art — if, that is, they still make art.
A critical guide to exhibitions and installations in the New York City area.
At the Independent art fair, which takes pride in its unconventional identity, there is plenty of work that looks old but is actually new, and vice versa.
The 2014 Whitney Biennial survey of American art features 103 participants, reflecting some interesting choices, some new faces and three quite different shows under one roof.