Amy Sherald has yet to start the Obama portrait, due by year’s end. If she seems calm, it’s likely because she has faced tougher challenges.
The almost 800 gouache paintings of “Life? or Theater?”, a semi-autobiographical series by the Berlin-born Jewish artist, are being shown together for the first time, in Amsterdam.
The institution that celebrates journalism is now reckoning with years of financial deficits, partly caused by a news industry in turmoil.
A sculptor taught herself 73 craft categories — chair caning to leather tooling — to compete in the state fair. Now her work is in art museums.
The New-York Historical Society’s show on the Vietnam War highlights racial and class divisions, generational rifts and government mendacity.
Patty Chang’s show at the Queens Museum sees water as a metaphor for gender fluidity, migration and life.
In “Generation Wealth,” the photographer shows that she can satirize her subjects. But does she give insight into why we live the way we do?
An Oslo building seen as a symbol of social democracy, and damaged in a deadly 2011 car bombing, is to be torn down, with its artworks relocated.
Few pieces of furniture make a statement like a wing chair — or are more comfortable.
A collector paid £126,000 for a note from an American passenger to his mother that describes the ill-fated ocean liner as a “giant” ship fitted up like a palatial hotel.