Egyptian heritage is explored in site-specific works across four culturally significant locations in Cairo Cairo is the best kind of chaos: a cacophony of honking horns tempered by the ethereal calls prayer.
In 2018, we saw an eclectic mix of installation inspiration, but there’s no denying that humanity’s relationship with nature was a prominent theme throughout the year. Ranging from poignant to playful,
Takashi Murakami – rock-star artist, celebrity enthusiast, social media king, ComplexCon hero and the man who coined the Superflat movement – is tired of making art. “When I am sitting in this art world,
Through the end of November, sculptor Bruno Catalano‘s bronze figures are inhabiting the Venetian lagoon. His Travelers—or Les Voyageurs—are fractured and fragmented individuals, each on its own path.
Since the Museum of Modern Art reopened this month, it has devoted its fourth-floor Studio space to a strangely wonderful, interactive installation: David Tudor’s “Rainforest V (variation 1).” Throughout
In 1969, Betye Saar made an artwork that would prove pivotal in her career. Taking an old window frame, she filled its 10 sections with a constellation of images. Across the top three panels, she placed