With paintings of friends and family members in a Los Angeles biennial, the artist Brandon D. Landers is having his breakout moment. “I’m not totally prepared,” he says.
As the painter Park Seo-Bo, 89, pursues two museums for his art, the shows keep coming — along with a candid book by his daughter.
“Sapphire Show,” a groundbreaking Los Angeles pop-up, lasted a mere five days — but it has proved worthy of an examination decades later in New York.
An abstract painter found his place as a great collector of American ceramics. His latest gift ushers the Metropolitan Museum of Art into the 21st century.
“Super-Rough,” a streamlined version of the Outsider Art Fair; two news videos from Frank Heath; and Liz Magor’s new sculptures.
Hannah Drake’s (Un)Known Project in Louisville is both a memorial to enslaved people whose stories will never be uncovered, and a challenge to unearth narratives hidden in attics and archives.
Problematic sections of a work painted on Tate Britain’s walls have caught museum officials between the demands of activists and the policies of the British government.
The Bibienas, the focus of an exhibition at the Morgan Library & Museum, dominated Baroque theatrical design.
The artist’s estate, a company that licensed the sale of some of his works and a former caretaker had been fighting in court since the time of the artist’s death in 2018.
Take a road trip in the Midwest to see a homegrown art form that creatively combines aspects of Americana.