Before the Civil War, an enslaved artisan from South Carolina created storage vessels that transcend ceramic traditions.
It’s been a closely guarded secret which masterworks in the Microsoft co-founder’s collection will be auctioned at Christie’s in November. Here, highlights of a billionaire’s bounty.
Formerly incarcerated artists are making waves in the collecting world, hoping to create pathways, and dignity, for their peers.
The photographer explores themes of Black history and Southern identity in “Chrysalis,” his first solo exhibition at Gagosian, London.
In her first show with Pace gallery in Manhattan, the Brazilian artist both experiments and returns to figuration.
The British designer, whose new installation will be unveiled at Tate Modern this week, made her name in theater. These days, you’re as likely to find her work in art galleries, stadium gigs and fashion shows.
The artist’s five-decade-long career has put ordinary materials to use in works exploring ritual and the fragility of the body. The award comes with a $100,000 cash prize.
Just Above Midtown, an incubator of some of the most important Black avant-garde art of the 1970s and ’80s, is the subject of a new exhibition.
In major museums, as well as at club nights and its own bar, the collective Slavs and Tatars casts a humorous eye over the region between the former Berlin Wall and the Great Wall of China.
Rosalie Genevro, who has led the Architectural League of New York since 1985, will exit her position in June.