His informal, generous pictures were some of the most moving art of the 1990s. Now, at MoMA, time catches up with the German photographer.
Among the standouts and discoveries in new art at the Javits Center fair are a Lakota artist, an emerging Cambodian American painter and a sculptor from Zimbabwe.
Just 32 booths this year, a show of artists both famous and unknown at the southern tip of Manhattan is high quality — and sometimes thrilling.
In a break with tradition, there was no ceremony while former President Donald J. Trump held office. President Biden unveiled the Obama portraits: his by Robert McCurdy, hers by Sharon Sprung.
Sharon Sprung, an instructor at the Art Students League of New York, is a realist painter of the old school.
An oasis for art amid nature will celebrate a titan of 20th century art, Alexander Calder. A meeting of the minds in Connecticut helped shape the design.
The artist has been a major — if underrecognized — American talent. But the biggest look yet at her achievement gives it a whole new stature.
The polyphonic artist finds ways to enjoy the harrowing business of putting herself, or versions of it, on display.
In a 35-year career celebrated at MoMA this fall, the artist has concerned himself with “the poetry of looking,” blurring the line between party and protest. But, increasingly, it’s politics on his mind.
Our guide to the smaller fairs, including Art on Paper, Spring/Break Art Show and CLIO, all in Manhattan this weekend.