The Pritzker-winning architect is focusing on social justice projects — and can be something of a lightning rod — but he also has lighthearted pursuits.
Assembled in a mere four months, pivoting off an important national event, the Speed Museum offers a new, relevant model for aging institutions.
The artist’s lifelong fascination with the natural world inspires monumental floral sculptures in the New York Botanical Garden.
The Louvre inspected the “Salvator Mundi” and certified it as the work of Leonardo da Vinci. But it kept those findings secret after a squabble with the painting’s owners.
At MoMA PS1 and Salon 94, the French-American artist gets long overdue attention for her boundary-defying architecture and public sculptures.
The suggested starting bid for the painting was set at around $1,800, but if it is really the work of the Baroque master, it could be worth millions.
In the show “Brand New Heavies,” three female artists answer the curators’ invitation “to do stuff they haven’t been able to do” elsewhere. Like a 20-foot-tall version of the U.S. Capitol dome.
A bench trial in Federal District Court in Manhattan concerns an ancient idol held by Christie’s.
A son of the CBS founder, he wrote for newspapers from Europe, championed young artists in SoHo and became an investor. He died of complications of the coronavirus.
Denise Gardner, who will start in the post in November, is believed to be the country’s first Black woman to lead a major museum board.