Dawoud Bey Returns to Harlem, USA, Four Decades Later

Following on the heels of the photographer’s celebrated “Birmingham: Four Girls and Two Boys” project Read more…

The Genius of Jean-Michel Basquiat on Display at Nahmad Contemporary

In a major and carefully tuned gallery exhibition titled “Words Are All We Have: Paintings Read more…

A Tour of the Obscure: Painting in Italy, 1910s-1950s

Sperone Westwater Gallery’s “Painting in Italy 1910s-1950s: Futurism, Abstraction, Concrete Art” — which is accompanied Read more…

Di Donna Gallery Travels “The Surrealist Landscape”

Riding the surging wave of first-rate, gallery curated exhibitions, DiDonna in New York excels with Read more…

Revisiting M.F. Husain’s Colorful, Controversial Works at Aicon Gallery

A mini-retrospective of M.F. Husain — the celebrated and colorfully controversial Indian painter who died Read more…

Polke and Kippenberger Pop Up at 66 Orchard Project

Shin Gallery’s pop-up exhibition “Sigmar Polke and Martin Kippenberger — Ja, Ja, Ja, Nee, Nee, Read more…

The Exhibitionist

Thomas Hovings’s tell-all account of his decade at the helm of the Metropolitan Museum of Read more…

A Trash Problem

The $4 billion Euro-Disneyland opened last month on the outskirts of Paris, and Mickey Mouse Read more…

Medrie MacPhee: Fiction Tempered by Memory

Medrie MacPhee was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1953. In 1976 she received her B.F.A. Read more…

Barefoot Basquiat

The barefoot wunderkind stares into the camera, hands posed in prayer, the tip of the Read more…