The trio first had their work exhibited together at the Studio Museum in Harlem in 1969. Now, Pace Gallery is showing some of the pieces they’ve made since.
What does Turrell, the master of light, have in common with Ad Reinhardt, the master of dark? Benches, for starters.
Now crypto collectors are investing in something more tangible, and traditional, like paintings and sculpture. And art dealers are rushing to woo them.
In advance of a show of his drawings at New York’s Pace Gallery, the polymathic performer answered T’s Artist’s Questionnaire.
There’s a new gallery show and book of his whimsical line drawings — and coming this summer, an immersive art-and-science experience.
The founder and chairman of Pace Gallery is opening a new space in TriBeCa, his own “little modern museum.” Retirement? That’s not in the cards.
In the face of terminal cancer, an artist focused and refined his singular style of abstract painting right till the end.
The artist was a great one-hit wonder, twice, before a scandal set in. Will his paintings regain visibility? Our critic argues it is healthier for us to see them.
In her first show at Pace, an artist driven by curiosity and a penchant for the absurd tries to understand the world. The results are touching and sometimes hilarious.
After a year of sensory deprivation, a critic dips a toe into the new, high-powered immersive art center in Miami.
David Goldblatt’s photographs of apartheid-era South Africa; Ebecho Muslimova’s voracious alter-ego drawings; and John Feodorov’s paintings on his dual heritage.
Cecily Brown’s new paintings, Sam Gilliam’s sculptures and monochromes, Gideon Appah’s otherworldly vistas, Tishan Hsu’s first museum survey and works from the Purvis Young trove.
The Afro-Brazilian sculptor Sonia Gomes, in a debut U.S. show, gives materials new life — as they have given her life new balance.
With vacation homes becoming full-time residences because of the coronavirus pandemic, New York galleries are opening outposts to be near collectors.