Emmanuelle Polack is the face of the French museum’s efforts to return stolen works. But some discoveries have put her employer in an awkward situation.
The immersive van Gogh exhibitions make a critic reflect on her encounters with his paintings and question what it means to have an intimate connection with an artist.
A big, juicy exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts turns an embracing eye on Black artists in the American South.
At Dar Jacir, an art center in a “difficult location,” people are searching for ways to make art under siege.
A sculpture at an exhibition in Milan provides a graphic reminder of the terror attacks. The Guggenheim Museum’s former chief curator said it may best be appreciated, for now, outside New York.
The Queens Museum, Harlem Stage and 44 other groups were chosen to receive aid from Bloomberg Philanthropies for digital innovation.
An exhibition in Amsterdam explores the wandering life and untimely death of Hansken, an Asian elephant who became a spectacle in 17th-century Europe.
Ever wonder what happened to the artist’s 85-foot stairwell, sold at auction? It’s at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver — sliced and diced and on loan from a collector.
The artist’s installations, now on view in Manhattan, showcase her arduous journey from tokenism to transcendence.
Hauser & Wirth inaugurated its latest venture on a small Spanish island. Increasingly, the Swiss mega-gallery doesn’t just sell art. It trades in experiences.