Jean Curran’s dye-transfer prints from film frames, and a stop-time movie by Catherine Opie, continue the 60-year love affair with Hitchcock’s “Vertigo.”
The Times’s art critics select some of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.
Kevin Beasley confronts King Cotton’s legacy in his solo museum show.
In a lawsuit, officials of the Eastern Orthodox Church say the university has four manuscripts that were looted from a monastery in Greece in 1917.
Would an appearance at Art Basel Miami Beach help ten women scale the barriers of rejection or aesthetic misunderstanding they found in Georgia?
Starting next fall, Phillips will take over 55,000 square feet at 432 Park Avenue, a “serious upgrade,” said its chief executive.
The art critics of The New York Times tell you what rocked their worlds this year: notable art events, works in museums and galleries, emerging artists and how they found beauty in unexpected places.
The 100-year-old historian and collector Wan-go H.C. Weng is donating about 200 pieces, with some made as early as the seventh century.
Ronald Ollie, a retired mechanical engineer, and his wife, Monique, a project manager at Johnson & Johnson, met at the National Black Fine Art Show.
Fashion is subliminally telling us that it’s a dirty business.