From André Breton to Alison Bechdel, memoir writers have turned the genre upside down. Now a photographer recreates her troubled suburban childhood in a book, casting a movie star — Laura Dern — as her mother.
In her first New York solo exhibition at Madison Square Park, Abigail DeVille conjures a long line of freedom fighters.
Through the medium of the touchscreen, the pioneering American artist has found a channel to fuse his body and his work space.
A wild meadow and woodland ‘ruin’ are now on exuberant display. The new, ecologically minded garden boasts shaggy clouds of vegetation.
The panel by the renowned Black artist, part of his “Struggle” series, was last seen in 1960. But someone had a hunch where it was.
The Los Angeles dealer David Kordansky is using this moment to get more serious about helping and hiring people “left out of the conversation.”
Neo Rauch’s provocative statements drew him into a nasty public dispute. He now wants to put that behind him.
Ms. Lawson, whose images combine regal poses with everyday scenes, is the first artist working in photography to win.
Attendance at some major institutions is a third of what it was last year. Their ability to cope depends almost entirely on how they are funded.
Three sculptural automobiles from the 1950s, designed by Franco Scaglione, will be shown alongside works by other postwar Italian artists and designers.